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  • Carrying on the Dream
    02/22/2020
    Carrying on the Dream is a special exhibition brought to the Ernest N. Morial Convention center in honor of Black History Month. This rare display will feature the original hearse that carried the...
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  • Endymion
    02/22/2020
    Named for the Olympian god of fertility and eternal youth, the largest krewe in Mardi Gras history was founded in 1967 as a small neighborhood venture in the Bayou St. John-Gentilly area. By 1974,...
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  • Krewe of Bacchus
    02/23/2020
    Bacchus, the most innovative and imitated krewe founded during the 20th century, resulted from a meeting of twelve businessmen who gathered in 1968 to explore new directions for Carnival clubs in New...
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  • Krewe of Orpheus
    02/24/2020
    The Krewe of Orpheus made history in 1994 when its first parade rolled with 700 members. Its organizers wanted to give New Orleans a third consecutive parade in the tradition of Endymion and Bacchus....
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  • Krewe of Proteus
    02/24/2020
    Carnival’s second oldest parading organization was founded in 1882. Known in Greek mythology as the shepherd of the ocean, Proteus was a god who acted as herdsman of Poseidon’s seals. The old man of...
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  • Krewe of Zulu
    02/25/2020
    One of the season’s most anticipated and remarkable parades is presented by Zulu, named after the fiercest of the African tribes. Seven years before the black krewe’s 1916 incorporation, the Zulu...
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  • Mardi Gras Day
    02/25/2020
    Louisiana was founded by explorer Pierre Le Moyne D’Iberville on Mardi Gras Day 1699 and the party hasn’t stopped since. Mardi Gras Day - also known as Fat Tuesday - marks the final day of Carnival...
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  • Rex
    02/25/2020
    Rex has been the global symbol of New Orleans’ most famous holiday since his first appearance in 1872. The all-male krewe is responsible for the concept of day parades, for the official Mardi Gras...
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The New Louis Armstrong International Airport (Rendering)
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