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Ok that’s the extent of my Creole Patois – but I definitely believe one must respect this ancient practice which is as old as Africa itself. 938 more words

Top Mardi Gras Celebrations In St. Louis

Mardi Gras, sometimes called Fat Tuesday, is a time to party to the fullest with plenty of beads. Historically, it’s a time to go all out with revelry called carnival the night before Ash Wednesday which begins a more solemn reflective religious feast of Lent leading up to Easter. 355 more words


Mardi Gras 2015 at The New England Carousel Museum

Madri Gras also known as Fat Tuesday, refers to events of the Carnival celebrations beginning on or after Epiphany or King’s Day culminating on the day before ash Wednesday. 167 more words

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Waiting for Madri Gras 2014 - Starting Early!

Starting Madri Gras mask shopping early!

I can’t wait. Madri Gras 2014 – March 4th. It can’t get here soon enough!

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Mardi Gras in New Orleans - Part 3

I ended being the first one up Monday morning, and it didn’t look like anyone else had intentions of getting up anytime soon so I figured I might as well get up and go see some sights. 669 more words


Cajun Chocolate Shake "a decadent delight" via Chef Emeril Lagasse

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On the way to experiencing New Orleans Mardi Gras; I found this Cajun Chocolate Shake that Chef Emeril Lagasse featured on Emeril’s Last Bite. 156 more words


Costume Making Past and Present

Everyone that knows me is aware that I take costume making very seriously. Every time I begin a new costume or headdress the first step I take is gathering images for inspiration which serve as touchstones throughout the creative process. 236 more words