Two upper-level employees of the Sewerage and Water Board were apparently missing during an outage at the Carrolton Plant last month.
Thinking back on Bush Sr.’s political career, it’s easy to get lost in what many progressives consider to be mistakes and even outright malevolence. However, while we at Big Easy Magazine have no wish to excuse these actions, we also don’t want to ignore the progressive policies that he championed. It is with that in mind, that today, as he is laid to rest, we present, the progressive policies of George H. W. Bush.
Eddie Rispone, the businessman from Baton Rouge remains the sole Republican challenger to Democratic Gov. John Bel Edwards in the 2019 Governor’s race. Louisiana Senator John Neely Kennedy has announced that he will not be running, choosing to remain to serve the rest of his term in the Senate. The announcement ends months of speculation […]
Last week, the Sewerage and Water Board Task Force held community meetings in Mid-City and Central City to discuss the future structure of the Sewerage and water Board (SWB).
Does acceptance via legalization forgive past transgressions? What happens to the people who have records for possessing cannabis?
On December 8th, 2018, voters in New Orleans will return to the polls—not only for run-off elections but also to consider revising the City Charter of New Orleans to change the makeup of the Sewerage and Water Board.
The presidency of Donald Trump has stoked the flames of racism across the country. While we cannot blame President Trump for lighting the flames of social unrest and racial division, he has certainly used his bully pulpit to pour fuel on the flames.
The U.S. government released a highly-anticipated report on global climate change today, raising concerns that they may have been trying to bury the news amidst the busiest shopping day of the year.
After losing his race in Louisiana’s 6th Congressional District, Justin Dewitt returned to work, only to be fired from his job for political reasons.
Hosting her first #tellcantrell Facebook video event since October 5th, New Orleans Mayor Latoya Cantrell tackled infrastructure. Altogether, the video and discussion were extremely informative, raising hope for progress in infrastructure in the city.
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