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Europe · London
Queen Elizabeth, longest-serving British monarch, dies
Queen Elizabeth II, Britain's longest-serving monarch, died at 96 today. Her reign crossed 70 years and saw massive changes in politics, culture and government. She carried out duties until the very end, regularly traveling the world and meeting heads of state in other countries she technically ruled over.See the Story
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New Orleans · New Orleans
Louisiana Lefty Podcast: New Season Begins As Midterm Campaigns Kick Into High Gear - Big Easy Magazine
NEW ORLEANS – This week, longtime Democratic grassroots activist and strategist Lynda Woolard presented podcast listeners with a new season of Louisiana Lefty, a podcast for progressives about politics and […]See the Story
LaPlace · LaPlace
The 1811 Kid Ory Historic House in Laplace Offers a Unique History of Jazz and Slavery - Big Easy Magazine
The 1811 Kid Ory Historic House, 1128 LA 628 in Laplace, is hoping for more visitors to a museum that educates people about two critical pieces of African-American and Louisiana […]See the Story
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Louisiana · Louisiana
LA Democrats Leadership Changes Rules to Avoid Sole Endorsement of Black Candidates - Big Easy Magazine
Louisiana's Democrats leadership changed the rules mid-session in order to avoid giving a sole endorsement to two Black men running for office.See the Story
Deputy Constable Accused of Standing By During French Quarter Rape Suspended - Big Easy Magazine
Edwin Shorty, the elected Constable of Second City Court has confirmed that the man was off duty and working a paid security detail in the French Quarter.See the Story
Former LA Dem Party Chair Karen Carter Peterson Used Party, Campaign Funds to Gamble - Big Easy Magazine
Former Louisiana state senator Karen Carter Peterson is expected to plead guilty in federal court to using party funds and funds from her campaign. According to reports, Peterson paid $50,000 to the state Democratic Party on Wednesday.See the Story