New Orleans, Louisana Mardi Gras, circa 1964. This narrated retro video of the streets of New Orleans during Mardi Gras 1964 show the elaborated illuminated floats moving through the crowded streets of the world's most famous Mardi Gras destination.
I ran across some signs at a car wash that made me think. Have you ever seen something a hundred times and had no reaction? But one day, the right day, you see that same object and it hits you like a ton of bricks? Happened to me at a car wash in Judice, La.
If you were born in the 1950s, 60s, 70s or even early 80s for that matter, you probably drank out of a garden hose, slept in a baby bed covered in lead paint and I bet you didn't come home until the street lights came on or your mother screamed your name from the back porch.
Remember when David Letterman used to shred things and throw stuff off the roof of the Ed Sullivan Theater during his show. Ah, the days of good television. Along the same lines, someone decided to turn a lawnmower upside down and throw random things into it. And film it in slow motion!
In this week's episode, host Tiffiany Decou brings on Chef Christopher Thames with Grand Coteau Bistro as they chatted about his experience winning Food Network's "Chopped," about opening his restaurant in Grand Coteau and why Acadiana, not New Orleans, is the true representative…