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It was sad, though not unexpected, when the 51-year-old Krewe of Jefferson pulled the plug today on its 2024 parade. The club had promised 45 trucks for the 2023 parade but rolled with only 22…

Pre-orders for the 2024 Mardi Gras Guide are now being accepted for delivery late December.

Pre-orders for the 2024 Mardi Gras Guide are now being accepted for delivery late December.

The biggest news since Fat Tuesday 2023 was the death of Endymion founder and Captain Ed Muniz, the longest serving captain in Carnival history with 53 years at the helm. Endymion is now in th…

Sue and I are happy to announce that today we have sold our Mardi Gras Guide magazine and website to Georges Media, Louisiana’s largest media outlet and publishers of TheTimes-Picayune/New Orl…

At yesterday’s annual post-Mardi Gras meeting of the Mayor’s Mardi Gras Advisory Council, it was announced that next year all krewes will again be able to use their traditional routes thanks a…

I call your attention to an important Op/Ed column in Monday's Times Picayune/New Orleans Advocate (www.nola.com/opinions/) Written by University of Alabama Law Professor Ron Krotoszynski, who…

The year’s top story was the late but full return to pre-pandemic parade routes. Much of the credit goes to the Mayor’s top man, CEO Gilbert Montano and Civil Sheriff Susan Hutson and of cours…

As usual on Fat Tuesday, the calendar starts at 8:00 AM with the Zulu parade, with the theme, “Precious Jewels of Zulu Land.” As always special floats bear Zulu’s legendary characters—Big Shot…

Lundi Gras activities near the Mississippi River include the Zulu arrival by boat at Woldenberg Park and the Rex river arrival at Spanish Plaza at the Riverwalk. Afterward, folks can see the b…

Four parades uptown and two in Metairie are on tap Sunday. Starting at an early 11 a.m., with the theme “Festivals of the World,” Okeanos rolls with 25 floats and 80 units. Check out the new 5…

The Saturday before Fat Tuesday features five parades starting at 10:45 in the morning when NOMTOC, “the Pride of Algiers,” rolls with a 37-float procession. NOMTOC stands for New Orleans’ Mos…

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