In Eureka Springs Arkansas, whenever they have a parade you’re probably going to see this clown. I believe her name is Margo Pickle but I am not sure if that is correct. She changes her look for each parade. This look was what she choose to wear for a parade for Mardi Gras.
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Mardi Gras arrived in the United States in the late 1600s, thanks to the Le Moyne brothers, whom King Louis XIV sent to defend France’s right to the territory of Louisiane.
Traditionally, Fat Tuesday ushered in the last chance to eat fatty foods and party through the night before the self-denial season of Lent began for Christians.
But even after France decamped from the New World, their traditional spring hurrah stuck around. Check out these vintage photos of Mardi Gras from the early 20th century, which prove it’s always been America’s coolest party.
The royal chariot with Rex, the King of the Carnival, starts the Mardi Gras procession in downtown New Orleans, La., in 1906.
The Rex pageant began as a part of Mardi Gras in 1872.
This Mardi Gras parade took place between 1890 and 1910.
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Spring is the perfect time for hanami haikyo – exploring abandoned places while the plum and cherry blossoms are in full bloom. The window of opportunity every year is small, especially during cold and rainy springs, but this year I was luckily to hit one of those perfect days early in the year…
A few years ago I saw the remains of what appeared to be a playground on some random Japanese blog. Another source called it an abandoned amusement park. And then some photos of a golden Buddha statue appeared. It took me a while to piece all those pieces together – and afterwards I knew as much about that mysterious place as before… plus its exact location on a small mountain in Gifu prefecture; very countryside, and so I explored in Gifu and passed through Gifu several times before I was finally able to visit the Golden Buddha…
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I know what you are thinking. What the heck’s a Festival Lawyer?
Is it a Public Defender who helps you out if you get arrested at a concert? No. (Although, to be honest, I wish I had thought of that as a job option after law school).
I’m a criminal defense attorney with a background as a former prosecutor. But I also have a background as a drummer, a DJ, and avid festival goer. The idea behind “The Festival Lawyer” column is to combine these backgrounds to give you legal and practical advice that will make you a safer, more responsible Festival Goer.
Advice like how to protect your rights if the police approach you at a concert. Or how to recognize the symptoms of a drug or alcohol overdose. We will talk about things like California’s Medical Marijuana laws or what to do if stopped for a DUI on…
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With 2014 serving as Batman’s 75th Anniversary year, fans can look forward to some remarkable statues and action figures celebrating the Dark Knight coming out through a variety of DC’s product lines.
This year, Batman Black and White flashes back to the Golden Age of comics with a pair of statues based on the legendary art of Dick Sprang. A throwback to a more whimsical age, these a firm bond to the past and lasting legacy of Batman and his equally iconic nemesis, the Joker.
These statues were sculpted by Tony Cipriano and Josh Sutton, who have worked carefully to add a third dimension to Sprang’s lively work in the most respectful way possible.
Batman Black and White: Batman by Dick Sprang Statue
Based on the Art of Dick Sprang
Sculpted by Tony Cipriano & Josh Sutton
Limited Edition of 5,200
In Stores December 2014
Batman Black and White:…
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