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Carnival Season and Mardi Gras during Coronavirus Phase I
How will New Orleans Celebrate MG 2021?
Photos and ideas are discussed in this article, but there will always be something new.
In New Orleans, Houses Transform into Parade Floats
New Orleans returned to Phase I restrictions in January 2021, but the spirit of Mardi Gras may never die. This article has a map marking the location of five "float houses."
Virtual Mardi Gras?
The program, which is scheduled to be shown in three segments on Feb. 12, 13 and 14, showcases music and krewes in an insider’s tour led by celebrities such as NBC "Today" show co-anchor Hoda Kotb, author Walter Isaacson, musician Troy "Trombone Shorty" Andrews, actor Bryan Batt, political guru James Carville, and New Orleans Saints legend Archie Manning.
What Will the Mardi Gras Indians Do?
Stay home, decorate their houses, maybe put on last year's costumes and sit on the porch. Some are sick with COVID-19.
Carnival in Scholarship
Tonight Is Carnaval by
Call Number: PZ7 .D7294 T6 1995 in the stacks at Watson
Publication Date: 1995
Cajun Mardi Gras Masks by
Call Number: GT1748 .U52 L85 1997 in New Books at Watson
Publication Date: 1997
Cajun Women and Mardi Gras: Reading the Rules Backwards by
Call Number: GT4210 .L8 W37 2007 LACOLL
Publication Date: 2007
Fabulous New Orleans by
Call Number: F379 .N557 S29 1988 in the stacks at Watson
Publication Date: Pelican, 1989 (reprint)
Performing Brazil by
Call Number: in Project MUSE books--click the link to access
Publication Date: 2015
Chapter 6 is about Mardi Gras and Carnival in Rio and New Orleans