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  • Vow in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, US

    Bill Brumfield, president of the Society for the Preservation of Lagniappe in Louisiana, said pink flamingos became a symbol of Spanish Town during the beginning days of the Spanish Town Mardi Gras parade. Many have said the flamingos are tacky, pushing the residents of the neighborhood to vow to display Read more [...]

  • Awe in New Orleans, Louisiana, US

    Every year over one million people pack the streets of the French Quarter in New Orleans to celebrate. These performers, dressed in the traditional colors of the festival, chose the word awe because they were in sheer awe of the growth of the festival since they started going in 2006. Read more [...]

  • Move in New Orleans, Louisiana, US

    Fort Macomb is an abandoned brick fort built in 1822 in the bayou of Louisiana across from Venetian Isles. The army of the Confederate States of America occupied the fort during the American Civil War however it was attacked by the Union soldiers and they lost the fort. Still covered Read more [...]

  • Rome in New Orleans, Louisiana, US

    The Cathedral-Basilica of Saint Louis, often referred to as St. Louis Cathedral, dates back to the 1700’s and was established before the United States was a nation. It is the seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New Orleans and both Pope Paul VI and Pope John Paul II visited Read more [...]

  • We Are in Louisiana, New Orleans, US

    Crust punks are a loosely organized subculture of individuals influenced by anarcho-punk, hardcore punk and extreme metal music. They are often referred to as ‘traveling kids’ due to the fact they travel across the country by train or hitchhiking and live shorter periods of time in each place. When settling Read more [...]

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