By Jake Coe New Orleans was a location to shoot at, not a studio town. Productions would only come if they had something specific to film in New Orleans, and would produce the rest of the film elsewhere. But that changed, in 2006 legislation was tweaked to make it more beneficial to film here due to… Read More Not So Easy to Film in the Big Easy
By Carleigh Ebbers New Orleans has always been known as a go-lucky, wild city that is unafraid of accepting things others would not. Like it or not, the city and its denizens have earned the laissez-faire attitude that the city is now known for. From the recklessness of Bourbon to the high-spiritedness of Mardi Gras, New… Read More Defying Gender in New Orleans: Drag
By Brianna Douglass The nooks and crannies of New Orleans are stuffed with culture, and the tourism industry uses this fact to make bank. But is New Orleans really the art mecca it’s ticketed as? Fine artists are conventionally thought to be “starving” and unable to support themselves on the money they make off their art… Read More Can Artists Really “Make It” in New Orleans?