Arthur Hardy's Mardi Gras Guide contains 164 colorful pages of facts, photos, features, and fun, including more than 50 individual parade profiles and maps. The award-winning magazine includes a history of the event; answers to the 25 most frequently asked questions; an illustrated glossary of Mardi Gras terms; and articles on New Orleans personalities, traditions and happenings. For more than three decades, the city's top writers and photographers have worked together to create a publication that has achieved genuine collectible status. With more than two million copies sold, Arthur Hardy's Mardi Gras Guide is recognized as the program to the event.

Mardi Gras 2015 is February 17, 2015!

 

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Book Signing
Posted: November 06, 2014

The fifth revised (2014) edition of my coffee table book, Mardi Gras in New Orleans, An Illustrated History, has arrived from the printer and is available with free shipping from my site,

ENDYMION ANNOUNCES THE BIG, REALLY BIG ONE!
Posted: October 02, 2014

Endymion founder and Captain, Ed Muniz, announced some of the celebrity riders and performers for Mardi Gras' Main Event, the Krewe of Endymion Parade & Extravaganza! Endymion rolls on the streets and into the Superdome on Valentine's Day, February 14, 2015. Country music superstar, Luke Bryan will headline the Extravaganza along with Simply Irresistible, Groovy 7 and The Wise Guys!

America's largest neighborhood block party kicks it all off on Saturday, February 14th at noon. Samedi Gras attendance swells to 35,000+ and features area favorites the Topcats, Groovy 7 and The Bucktown All Stars! Endymion rolls after Samedi Gras at 4:30 on the traditional Mid-City route!

NEWS ALERT
Posted: September 18, 2014

The Krewe of ISIS, which has been parading in Jefferson Parish for more than forty years, has no plans to change its name because of current events in the Middle East. The captain said:

"No name change here. We ARE the Krewe of Isis, not an acronym and for 43 years our name has represented a wonderful group of woman who are proud American and who will not give in or give up a title we have created and maintained with dignity and pride!"

Meanwhile, the Order of Isis in Mobile is going to parade under the name OOI for the foreseeable future.

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