It’s early spring in Acadiana and for just about everyone, this means one thing; Mardi Gras. Soon the streets will be barricaded, the schools will be closed, and thousands of people from miles around will descend upon Lafayette to join in on all the food, festivities, and merriment that Mardi Gras in Lafayette has to offer.
Mardi Gras is a celebration of decadence. It is a holiday of fun, excitement, and individuality. During Mardi Gras, social norms fly out the window and a laissez faire attitude prevails just about everywhere.
You won’t find people like Paris Hilton, Kim Kardashian, or Carmen Electra on this list. No, this list is reserved for those with even less talent. The celebrities who became famous simply for knowing other celebrities. The moochers of the celebrity world.
Eli Manning has had a pretty cool life. High school and college football star, number on draft pick, Superbowl winner, and Probowl participant. The problem with his impressive resume is that despite his accomplishments, he always seems to get overshadowed by other events or people. C
It’s funny to think that while we are mid swing in our Mardi Gras celebration, most of the country is plugging away at another regular old work week. Growing up in South Louisiana it is sometimes hard to imagine life with out Mardi Gras, but for most of the country this is the sad reality
A few weeks ago, everything was wonderful in the world of Louisiana sports. The University of Louisiana had won their first New Orleans Bowl in dramatic fashion, the Saints and Tigers seemed unbeatable, and to top it off, the Tigers had just secured the services of high school senior Gunner Kiel, the top QB recruit in the country. T
Cheerleaders, dance team, song girls, pep squad. Whatever you want to call them, these glittery similarly dressed females have been elusive figures of college ambition since their inception. Many brave men have tried and failed in their quest for pom pom glory.
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