I hope it was a wake-up call. Republicans now have super majorities, despite runoffs, in both the House and the Senate and they will use this to dictate what happens for the next four yearsincluding the intensely import 2020 census redistricting. Once again, Republicans are free to gerrymander us even further for the next decade. […]
In strange news today, Joseph Biden was arrested outside Area 51 wearing a Naruto Ninja Headband, and a T-shirt that read “Clap Alien Cheeks” with a picture of a black-eyed, green-skinned alien. Asked why he was there, Biden explained that, “The best way to get out the youth vote is to go where the youth are, […]
As many fans have come to believe, Drew Brees’ recent injury was caused by the distraction that is Big Easy Magazine.
When you are a gay man, especially a gay man of my generation, you learn early that you are not like most of the other people around you. It can be a scary, lonely feeling in the beginning. Because everybody else knows it too. Even your parents know it. There is always this unspoken word […]
Contrary to what many believe about those of us who work in “The Media,” we don’t make up the news.
Ever since Drew Brees came to New Orleans, he has been a hero to me. The last thing my publication and I wanted to do was to defame an American hero. For the record, we don’t believe we have defamed him. Drew Brees has always shown class, dignity and respect in all of his encounters […]
I’ve been a Saints fan for over a decade. I was never a big NFL fan, preferring watching my UVA Cavaliers snatch defeat from the jaws of victory year after year in the ACC. What turned me on to them was the culture around the Saints, and New Orleans itself. When the Saints won the […]
The popular public sharing Blue Bikes are being replaced with a more New Orleans-practical Blue Boats program.
In surprising news today, Donald Trump retweeted that he is loved as the Second Coming of God and the King of Israel.
Editor’s Note: This piece originally appeared on Medium. It has been reprinted with the author’s permission. The smell of education is in the air. Parents have bought uniforms. School supplies are packed up and ready to go. Teachers have completed their beginning of the year requirements, decorated their classrooms and have received finalized student rolls. […]
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