Before event limits over COVID-19 were in place, hundreds of mourners and several dozen Mardi Gras Indians paid tribute to Big Chief Leonard Brooks of the Golden Spears and second chief of the Golden Blades.
The Irish have played a huge part in building this city: by 1850, between 20% and 25% of the city was Irish!
It was a lovely day as the Krewe of Cork stomped in the name of love on St. Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2020 in the French Quarter.
The 700-members of Krewe Boheme, led by the Green Absinthe Fairy and composed of several inner krewe marching clubs, stage their second annual parade through the Bywater, Marigny and the French Quarter with the theme “The Soaring Twenties”
Raaaawr! That’s Wookiee speak (aka Shyriiwook) for “All hail the drunken Wookiee!”
Jerome Cosey’s voice is part of the soundtrack of my childhood. He’s been making New Orleanians bounce for more than 20 years.
Despite an unexpected fire during the Jingle on the Boulevard Parade, the East’s holiday parade rolled for the second year.
The festive Krewe of Boo was given the all-clear to parade Saturday night.
Jeff Goldblum, clad in leopard and zebra print, showed us that anything goes (and works) during Southern Decadence.