The always-festive Mardi Gras revelers in Lake Charles, Louisiana, keep the celebratory spirit all year long.
Mardi Gras has a reputation as being an adults-only playground, but there is such as thing as a family friendly Mardi Gras.
Everywhere you turn in Louisiana during Mardi Gras, there are hints of glitter and sequins, beads and feathers decorating everything for this festive celebration.
Marrying the Mardi Gras components of food and community, king cake is a tradition that involves a lot of sweetness and a little bit of luck.
Walking through a New Orleans cemetery in Louisiana can be bleak and dreary experience but there is color if you take the time to look.
If you’ve got to ride, you might as well ride in style. One choice is Bon Temps Express, a party bus in Lake Charles, Louisiana, with class and character.
The grand homes in New Orleans’ Garden District are awe-worthy and shaded with colorful historical stories.
Anyone can attend the Krewe of Illusions presentation and Mardi Gras ball, but formal attire is required. Green, gold and purple are optional.
Mardi Gras costumes are big, bright and bold. Representing every theme imaginable, these costumes are worn only once or twice.
What are you going to eat in Southwest Louisiana? The food of Louisiana is spicy, fried and flavorful, and unlike food found anywhere else in the U.S.