King Cake Recipe – The Delicious Magick of Mardi Gras

Then there is blueberry, praline, cheese, cinnamon, brownie, and everything in between. In New Orleans people eat King Cake for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack time. Unlike Mardi Gras beads and Bourbon St., King cake is something natives really truly enjoy. [Read more...]

12-12-12 Voodoo Universe A Year In Photos

To finish it all off there was my favorite, an obligatory picture with Northside Skull and Bones gang. The oldest Mardi Gras Black Indian gang in New Orleans. They are a living inspiration to young and old alike. [Read more...]

Battles and Big Chiefs: More History of the Mardi Gras Indians

The Mardi Gras Indians are the prettiest, baddest, the toughest… they used their wit, wisdom, and artistry to keep their heritage and themselves alive. They have been here for hundreds of years, and most likely will continue for hundreds more with their fine feathers. Dance on my friends! [Read more...]

Why the Mardi Gras Indians Won’t Bow Down

Strong, Powerful, Proud all of these words have been correctly used to describe the Mardi Gras Indians of New Orleans. The tradition is older than the city itself. There are over 50 tribes in the city according to some. This is history, culture, and pride in graceful action. [Read more...]

Mardi Gras: Start It Rite with Voodoo Mojo Juice and More!

Gearing up for Mardi Gras with mind, body, and spirits for the spirits! We can all start to get in the mood and join in the fun with Voodoo Mojo Juice! [Read more...]


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