The City of New Orleans 2018 disparity study examined if there is a level playing field for minority and women-owned businesses in City contracts. There isn’t.
Table of Contents
- Economic Disparity: Is It Hurting New Orleans Business?
- Rising Women Poets in New Orleans
- The Rise of Hate Crimes on the Jewish Population: Nationally and New Orleans
- Major Changes in Criminal Justice Reform – The First Step Act
- Waist Deep in the Red: Looking at the Sewerage and Water Board’s Spending and Debt
- Paul Ehrlich’s Lament: Revisiting overpopulation, family planning and climate change
- From Shirkers, Then Back to NOLA: An Interview with Stephen Tyler
- Fandom Culture, Not Just For Geeks
- The Story of Fox & Rob – A 21-Year Battle Out Of Angola State Prison
- Exclusive: The Raso/Arceneaux Roe v Wade Script Review
- Sex in the Big Easy: New Orleans Dominates in More than Football
A profile of five rising women poets in New Orleans that includes their work, links to their sites, headshots and interviews.
A Jew and a Gentile write about prejudice and antisemitism in New Orleans and beyond.
Criminal justice reform is of major interest to more than those with families in targeted neighborhoods and those with disadvantaged backgrounds.
The SWB task force revealed that SWB needs to raise millions to cover their outstanding debts and the cost of infrastructure development and maintenance.
The population clock has hit 7.54 billion people, and the atmospheric carbon count has topped 400 parts of carbon dioxide per million.
The great Sandi Tan, whose exploits in punk zine and filmmaking as a young woman are covered in her found footage collage/documentary investigation/exorcism Shirkers (now streaming on Netflix), assisted me in finding the contact information for one of her interview subjects, local film worker and director of locally shot 80s slasher The Last Slumber Party, […]
As New Orleans gears up for the upcoming Wizard World Comic Con, the geek or as many prefer, fandom community, is ever active and ever growing.
Little did Fox and Rob Richardson know that six months after their marriage, they would spend the next 21 years fighting a 60-year sentence in Angola.
Big Easy Magazine presents two perspectives on the Roe v. Wade movie script that we obtained.