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By Mike Halterman | Saturday Mar 1, 2014
Mardi Gras isn’t just for New Orleans anymore, and a Brazilian-themed Carnaval celebration can happen anywhere in the world... even Florida!
By EDGE | Saturday Mar 1, 2014
A two kilometer parade with 10,000 sexual minority marchers and 300,000 LGBT and LGBT allied onlookers is probably the last place in the world that Russian despot and all around hate guy Vladimir Putin would want to find himself.
By Stacey Plaisance | Friday Feb 28, 2014
Calling themselves "Glambeaux," the women of Mardi Gras’ Krewe of Musesshook and shimmied their way down city streets, paving the way for a new take on a Carnival tradition more than a century old.
By Stacey Plaisance | Thursday Feb 20, 2014
Visiting New Orleans for Mardi Gras? You’ll find hot dog stands galore along the parade routes, but some of the city’s finest fare can also be consumed along St. Charles Avenue, the main drag for th glitziest star-studded processions of Carnival.
By Jason St. Amand | Wednesday Mar 6, 2013
Australian police have been accused of brutality after a video surfaced that shows officers roughly handling a man during the city’s gay and lesbian Mardi Gras festival.
Thursday Feb 21, 2013
Duval Street was the place to be on Mardi Gras in the U.S.’s southernmost and wildest town. EDGE’s paparazzo were on hand to capture these photos of the celebration!
By MARY FOSTER | Wednesday Feb 22, 2012
A new generation of parades is hitting the streets of New Orleans for Mardi Gras, and they’re throwing away old traditions of big, glitzy floats and celebrity kings and queens for smaller, greener and sometimes naughtier floats with a hipster sensibility.
By MELISSA NELSON | Tuesday Feb 21, 2012
Mardi Gras has long been celebrated in U.S. coastal towns from Texas to Florida. And it means big business. "It is more of a regional thing, Mardi Gras is," said Stephen Toomey, whose family started a chain of Alabama-based Mardi Gras stores.
By JENNY BARCHFIELD | Tuesday Feb 21, 2012
As millions watched the sequin-clad samba dancers at Rio de Janeiro’s iconic Carnival parade Sunday, at least a few eyes turned toward the stars, or at least toward the VIP boxes hosting celebrities such as Jennifer Lopez and Fergie.
By JENNY BARCHFIELD | Friday Feb 17, 2012
"Brazil is not for beginners," the late, great Brazilian composer Tom Jobim once quipped. Nowhere does the remark hold more true than for the country’s pulsing, chaotic oceanfront metropolis, Rio de Janeiro.
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