Hardy's Mardi Gras Guide contains 172 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.
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Posted: January 25, 2016
I will be doing my final two magazine signings Thursday January 28 from 11:30-1:30 in the gift shop at the West Jefferson Medical Center in Harvey, and at Whole Foods in Metairie from 5:00-6:30.
Look for me on Fox 8 this Friday morning around 8:15 and again at the start of the Oshun parade during the 4 PM and 5 PM Newscasts.
My Mardi Gras preseason preview will appear in Thursday's New Orleans Advocate.
Posted: January 21, 2016
Tonight at 7 PM on WYES-TV, the 30th annual Carnival edition of "Steppin' Out" will air, featuring Peggy Scott and Errol Laborde and yours truly, discussing this year's Carnival season.
Posted: January 21, 2016
This weekend's lineup of Carnival events is an example of the diversity and variety in Mardi Gras. For grown-ups only, the Krewe du Vieux and krewedelusion parade Saturday from the Marigny through the French Quarter starting at 6PM. In Slidell Saturday, the popular Krewe of Bilge boat parade sails at noon, while the walking cub Mona Lisa & Moonpie begins at 6 PM. Sunday at 1PM in Metairie, the Little Rascals roll for the 33rd time, while the 13-float Perseus parade steps off at the same time in Slidell. And don’t forget the Pearl River Lions Club parade at 1 PM Sunday.
NEW FOR 2016 - THE MARDI GRAS GUIDE MOBILE APP!
Posted: January 17, 2016
Get connected to the best of Mardi Gras with the new Mardi Gras Guide app! Maps and parade info for 50 parading krewes with links to their official krewe websites. Shop for King Cakes, Carnival supplies, restaurants and more. Happenings and events in and around town. Updates with new announcements and parade changes. Available now at the Apple App Store and Google Play for phone or tablet. The complete resource for Mardi Gras on the go! $4.99
Posted: January 15, 2016
Warren Easton grad Anthony Mackie will reign as the first black Bacchus.
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