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.
You probably wouldn’t normally think that drag performance could mix with story readings, but this is New Orleans, and yes, indeed, they can. Seale Paterson of the Hubbel Branch brought The Drag Queen Story Hour to town in 2017.
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.
The Third Annual Wine on the River event will take place during National Wine Tasting Day. This occasion is a chance to trade taste testing tips and tricks.
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.
It’s Halloween season yet again, and we at Big Easy Magazine recommend events with community and crowds.
The True Don Quixote had its world premiere at the New Orleans Film Festival, and Big Easy’s Bill Arceneuax offers his review.
This edition of Progressive’s Weekend features more than one event to inspire, to encourage, and to remember just what is good about our city and community.
For this week’s progressive’s lifestyle, I have an offering of three selections from this year’s event of cinephile delights, each different in subject and style, but similar in showcasing the talents and observations of multiple artists.
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