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Planted in mid-January each year, 14,000 tulips bloomed at Big Lake in New Orleans City Park. It is a labor of love as The City...

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One of the joys I have gotten during this stay at home time in New Orleans has been walking around New Orleans taking pictures...

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As a photographer my activities have drastically changed during this time of pandemic. I would typically be right in the middle of covering music...

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When I arrived in New Orleans last week it was a strange site to see empty streets and the impacts that Coronavirus has had...

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The Society of Saint Anne is a marching krewe that parades on Mardi Gras day in elaborate costumes. They start in to gather midday...

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Flambeaux is a Mardi Gras tradition in New Orleans that turned from necessity to a part of history. Flambeaux comes from the French word flambe,...

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One of the more unique Mardi Gras traditions is the Greasing of the Poles that takes place on the Friday of Mardi Gras weekend...

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Krewe of Muses celebrated its 20th birthday this year at the 2020 Mardi Gras celebration in New Orleans. Organized in 2000, the Krewe of Muses is...

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New Orleans is a special place where even the dogs are celebrated and get their own parade through the French Quarter. The Mystic Krewe...

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I have been in the Krewe du Kanaval for the past three years. The Krewe was co-founded by Win Butler and Régine Chassagne, best...

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