Fat Tuesday was cancelled during World War 2, World War 1 and even the Civil War. All of those, completely understandable reasons. But, in 1979 Mardi Gras was cancelled in New Orleans for a very different reason, and people were not happy.
The issue of whether or not Confederate monuments in New Orleans should stay or go has upset many people, but apparently none so much as those who threatened to kill the contractor hired to remove the monuments.
As you're getting your best outfits ready for the Krewe De Bayou's Voodoo Masquerade Ball Friday, January 29th at La Marquise in Parc Lafayette, take a quick look back at a New Orleans Mardi Gras from 1954.
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