In the 1960s, USL Men's Basketball coach Beryl Shipley stepped out in a big way against the South's unspoken rules on athletic integration. Losing was just not something Shipley was OK with, and he did everything he felt he could to be a winner. The story is being made into a documentary called "Lights Out In Blackham" and it looks absolutely amazing.
All good things things must come to an end, and that end has become a reality for the New Orleans Saints and Saints fans. After 10 seasons, WR Marques Colston has been released by the team. Colston wrote a goodbye letter to the Saints and to the fans, and it only reaffirms to us why we've loved being a fan of his over the years.
Food, family, friends, floats and plenty of cold drinks will be everywhere you turn. However, for just about anyone from Louisiana, we've all got at least one Mardi Gras horror story. If this will be your first Mardi Gras, or if you just need a refresher course like I do, below are a handful of survival tips to help you have the best Mardi Gras ever.
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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