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Mardi Gras Parade: It's all about the People

Yes, it is all about the people. People who ride on the floats wearing masks, people who parade down the streets (some while holding a flamboyant dog), people who play in the band, people who are dressed in vibrant costumes and not to forget – people who are the audience - 144 more words

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Mardi Gras in the 1940s: A Case Study of New Orleans Heritage

Contributed by Alyssa Blanchard

Tennessee Williams once said, “America has only three cities: New York, San Francisco, and New Orleans. Everywhere else is Cleveland.” New Orleans is certainly one of the most unique cultural centers in the United States, with a distinct identity influenced by the city’s intertwining Cajun, Creole, and Afro-Caribbean heritage. 1,087 more words

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The Soulard Swing

From: The Buddha of Soulard by Neville Cole

Mardi Gras is winding down for the night. Geary St. is a ghost town.

“It’s Monday, okay, but this is bizarre,” thinks Buddha Bailey. 1,830 more words

Neville Cole

Section of Moore Road Temporarily Closed Beginning April 21

Today the City of Indianapolis’ Department of Public Works announced that a section of Moore Road from 86th to 96th Street will be temporarily closed to allow for erosion control repairs at 8900 Moore Road. 86 more words

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Section of Moore Road Temporarily Closed Beginning April 21

Section of Moore Road Temporarily Closed Beginning April 21

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