Richard Perque is running for judge of Civil District Court and wants to set himself apart from the pack.
Table of Contents
- Standing for Empathy: A Look at Judicial Candidate Richard Perque
- Faith and Works: Looking Forward with the Residents of Gordon Plaza
- The Future is Female: Five Local Women-Owned Businesses in the Professional Services Sector
- Water, Water Everywhere
- Barcon 2018 At Bad Wolf Bar And Grill
- Where We See Ourselves: Diversity & Inclusivity and Long-Term Growth in Film
- Neaux Reel Idea: The #NOFF2018 Wrap Around
- Homelessness in New Orleans: Is it Getting Worse?
- Thomas Thoreau: Legend in the Making
- Body Positivity in New Orleans: Self Love in a Society of Self Loathing
- Convention Junction, What’s Your Function?
- Big Easy Magazine’s Guide to Voting for Amendments
- STD Testing in New Orleans; Hurdles and Hopes
- A Look Ahead at November’s Issue
After decades of lawsuits and organizing, the New Orleans community living atop a Superfund site are beginning to see responses from the city in their fight for relocation.
Women in New Orleans are a significant cohort in the world of small business. Learn more about several standout ladies in the legal, tech, and financial fields here.
New Orleans loses and estimated 40 percent of clean water during distribution. Big Easy Magazine explores the context of water shortages and water affordability
Margaret Marley attended Barcon at Bad Wolf Bar on October 20. She recounts the night of games, music, and fun.
New Orleans has several groups that provide excellent service to our moviegoing culture. Perhaps we can lead the charge in an industry thinking differently?
From the 2018 fest – the 29th Annual – and for your enjoyment, I have made available below three experiences in the form of interview, transcription, and review, that cover two award-winning movies and a genre/theme that is scarcely discussed.
Homelessness, public housing, and affordable housing are interconnected. Depending on whom you talk to, the situation is getting better or getting worse.
Thomas Thoreau, frontman of the Indie Folk Orchestra thinks big; this is clear. He certainly has the talent and ambition his aspirations call for. As our interview commences, I learn how much of a born musician bound for success he really is.
Learn through photographs and interviews how New Orleans residents work to love themselves and stay body positive in this culture of self-deprecation. Photography by the talented Sarah Rochis of Neutral Sound Studio.