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Mardi Gras Float

Helen Reporting: While many people are getting ready for the Super Bowl later this week, if you live in New Orleans, another exciting event is Mardi Gras. Mardi Gras comes once a year in New Orleans and includes food, fun, beads, and of course,  huge parades. These parades feature floats that are not only amazing to […]

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Misrule Reigns in New Orleans

The Mardi Gras season is in full swing in New Orleans this week. With each passing day, the crowds grow larger, the parade routes longer and the floats more elaborate until the festivities  culminate on Mardi Gras, Tuesday, March 4. On that day, from dawn until midnight, natives take to the streets dressed in costumes […]

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Mardi Gras Field Trip: All That Glitters Is Gold Foil

Helen Reporting. Mardi Gras season and the air is filled with the sounds of high school brass bands practicing their numbers, chatter about out-of-town guests, parties, and costumes. Mardi Gras is money-making time for many people in the city. As the largest party in the world, it’s boon times for bartenders, waiters, hotel staff, and […]

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Valentine’s Day Snowstorm of 1895

Everybody’s complaining about the cold winter weather in New Orleans this year. There’s no doubt that snow from Texas to Georgia is unusual this far south. But not unheard of. Browsing through old photos on Commons.wikimedia this morning, I came upon this postcard of Canal Street, New Orleans, after the St. Valentine’s Day snowstorm in […]

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