Tag Archive: French Quarter

French Quarter Mardi Gras – Zydeco Gris Gris – Music Video

Mardi Gras Fun in New Orleans from PIX IN MOTION by Leo Bar on Vimeo. Laissez les bon temps rouler! Zydeco Gris Gris Lyrics (with English translation) Tout partout au ras du bayou, La mousse-lá balance dans les gros chênes verts Cocodries dormir en cyprière Fifollet danser en cimitière. All around the heart of the…

French Quarter Music Festival – April: – The Independent

New Orleans: Where every building tells a story The Independent New Orleans is famed for its Mardi Gras but Bourbon Street is pretty wild most nights of the year in a bead-flinging, butt-wiggling “Show us what ya got!” kind of way. It’s pretty wild during the day too, with live jazz and mass alcohol consumption…

Ignatius J. Reilly statue removed for Mardi Gras – NOLA.com

NOLA.com By Bruce Nolan Ignatius J. Reilly statue removed for Mardi Gras   NOLA.com , The Times-Picayune The life-sized bronze of Ignatiu s J. Reilly, perhaps New Orleans‘ most famous fictional character, will return to its customary place on Canal Street tomorrow to resume glowering disapprovingly at passing humanity Reilly is the creation of John Kennedy Toole whose comic…

Mardi Gras recipe: French Quarter Beignets – Sault Ste. Marie Evening News

By Jennifer Mastroianni GateHouse News Service & also Marisa Renwald Mardi Gras recipe: French Quarter Beignets Sault Ste. Marie Evening News The beignet (pronounced ben-YAY) is a French doughnut-like  pastry that is a common treat at cafes and coffee houses in New Orleans. In fact, the pastry is so beloved that Louisiana named it the official…

Gay Travel: Top Ten New Orleans Mardi Gras Events – Gayapolis

TOP TEN LGBT Mardi Gras Events Gay Travel: Top Ten New Orleans Mardi Gras Events Gayapolis Gay Mardi Gras is always a wild and amazing adventure in the Big Easy. Here’s our list of gay venues and gay events not to be missed! Get a behind the scenes look at the creation of the most…

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