This morning we’ve taken the liberty to list them all, from 1 to 32, along with a few thoughts on each one; as all of the League’s teams have now played 13 of their previously-scheduled 16 regular season games.
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.
Old Hollywood Gatekeeper via New Hollywood Stardom Peter Bogdanovich – filmmaker, historian, Orson Welles confidant, etc – makes the most of an exceptional 2018 (which saw the completion and release of The Other Side of the Wind by Netflix) with his film essay ode to silent movie clown and cinema master-worker Buster Keaton, in The […]
It is hard for African-American women with darker complexions to become successful actresses because producers and screenwriters are hooked on exotic black females who look more multiracial than solely black.
If you’ve lived in New Orleans for any amount of time, you’ve probably seen the Big Easy Sisters. These colorful characters make appearances throughout the year, from large events like Mardi Gras and Southern Decadence to smaller ones like weekly charity bingo games. Their visible presence is often associated with lighthearted, irreverent fun. What you […]
It took me some time to come to terms with it, but my earliest memory – both in life and of film – is of the “No Easy Way Out” montage sequence from Rocky IV, a movie that is most definitively an 80s picture. On the NOLA Film Cast podcast, I commented that I wasn’t […]
The (9-1) New Orleans Saints will be seeking their 10th straight victory this Thursday Night (Thanksgiving) when they host their bitterly-hated and despised NFC South Division arch-rivals the Atlanta Falcons at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
Judicial Candidate Marie Williams discusses the importance of a judicial candidate who works to make family court less frightening in an interview with Big Easy.
Thunder Road can best be described as a guaranteed crowd-pleaser, with a subversive edge. It’s slick and straight up wacky in how events play out and bleed into one another, but also homey and comforting in seeing and understanding the strange but perhaps healthy by way of mostly odd behavior a personal journey inward can be.
This week, in honor of the electoral battle for the House of Representatives, Big Easy Magazine took a look at the Congressional race for Louisiana’s First District.
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