Directors claim that to remain competitive, the Morial Convention Center needs to build an adjoining hotel, which it currently lacks. However, the board also wants to finance the hotel using a combination of incentives and tax abatements from the city, and money from the Convention Center’s fund, which in turn comes from city taxes earmarked for its coffers.
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?
- Body Positivity in New Orleans: Self Love in a Society of Self Loathing
- Thomas Thoreau: Legend in the Making
- 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
As a progressive magazine, we want to ensure that every voter understands what it is they are voting for. With that in mind, here are the proposed amendments.
Breaking down the stigmas surrounding STD testing is another hugely important area in which there have been great strides within this city, but there are still more to be made.
Every month, we at Big Easy Magazine deliver a “to be binged” helping of feature-length articles and content. Here’s what’s coming up in November.