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Kim Singletary

Award-winning writer and editor Kim Singletary is a Southern California transplant (by way of Canada, Washington, Colorado and Nebraska) who has finally found her perfect home in the land of beignets, zydeco and zero chance of shoveling snow. Her career has included communications work in the performing arts and nonprofit sectors, as well as serving as a writer and editor for a variety of regional and national magazines. In addition to contributing to the New Orleans Advocate/Times Picayune, Kim has served as the managing editor of Biz New Orleans magazine since its launch in 2014, where she has led Louisiana’s only business magazine to receive multiple national recognitions. She currently lives in Uptown with her husband, two daughters, two cats and one very needy dog. You can reach Kim at (504) 830-7260 or kimberley@bizneworleans.com.

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Dollars are Up for Dress Up

Local costume shops are seeing revenues rise year after year.

Totally Jazzed

Long before this year’s winners are announced, the New Orleans Film Festival celebrates some big wins of their own.

Off With Her Head!

Editor’s Note

Running Home

Recently released NOLA-shot film “The Runner” has a special meaning to Baton Rouge native Brooke Hoover.

Time to Vote

Editor’s Note

It’s Not As Bad As We Thought

The film industry takes a deeper look at the tax incentive cap and starts to breathe again.
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10 Years Later

Editor’s Note

Makin' More Than Groceries

At the Lower 9th Ward Market, hope is still alive.

Louisiana Made the Perfect Pitch

The Pitch Perfect franchise has been a big win for the state.

Coming Home

Restaurateur Ralph Brennan leads Biz New Orleans on a personal tour through the newly renovated Brennan’s and discusses plans for his latest high profile acquisition.

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