Community Groups, Entertainment, Mardi Gras, New Orleanians, Spring
“That’s her! That’s Tahj! Oh, she’s so pretty!”
In the 1970s Indian parades began on the Sunday closest to St. Joseph’s Day that later became known as Super Sunday.
Unlike the old-line krewes, a few changes might be made next year to bring the game up to date.
The Society of Saint Anne paraded through the Marigny and Bywater on Mardi Gras morning as the walking group celebrated its 50th anniversary from its founding in 1969.
Costumes, Crafts, Mardi Gras, Parades
The best costumes come out on Mardi Gras.
The North Side Skull and Bones Gang wakes up revelers on Mardi Gras morning.
Mardi Gras Indians gather in the Treme neighborhood on Mardi Gras.
Here's the backstory: the annual "tweeting of the courts," helps bring the lowly public to the forefront of high society.
Both krewes set out to warm up the crowds on a beautiful, but chilly, Fat Tuesday
Many of the Krewe honored Sharree Walls, 27, who was a member of the krewe and was killed by a suspected drunk driver on Saturday after the Endymion parade.