The weight of the crown: A Mardi Gras Chief
December 20, 2010





What does your Mardi Gras suit look like?

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Kevin : February 07, 2011 08:07 pm
I wonder if Hurricane Katrina had an effect on the type of costumes Mardi Gras indians made, as in did they take on a different tone afterwards?
Michael : December 22, 2010 06:27 pm
What an amazing culture. In a country, and increasingly a world, dominated by multinational brands and sameness or fake culture, here we have something surviving that is so real, and so local, and so personal and powerful. Rock on Chief!
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