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2014 Rhythm on the Route Band Contest Results
Posted: March 09, 2014
1st Place Bonnabel High School Band
2nd Place East St. John High School Band
3rd Place Tara High School Band
1st Place Brother Martin High School Band
2nd Place Northshore High School Band
3rd Place Archbishop Rummel High School Band
1st Place Archbishop Rummel High School Band
2nd Place Central Lafourche High School Band
3rd Place Lutcher High School Band
1st Place Hammond High Magnet School Band
2nd Place Ponchatoula High School Band
3rd Place Belle Chasse Academy Band
1st Place Bay High Band
2nd Place Lutcher High School Band
3rd Place Baker High School Band
COMING MARCH 10
Posted: March 05, 2014
Arthur Hardy's Annual Review of the 2014 Carnival Season
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MARDI GRAS NEWS
Posted: February 24, 2014
Eighteen major parades rolled this weekend in New Orleans, Metairie, St.Bernard and on the Northshore.
The only parade that I had the chance to see in its entirety was Oshun, which was bigger and prettier than ever, with a good theme and more krewe-logo items than ever. However, too many people were unmasked. And floats should be pulled by tractors, not pick-up trucks, as many Oshun floats were.
Too bad the bad weather hit Sunday's parades. Worse yet was two men falling from floats in the Alla parade. Thankfully both were released from the hospital in less than 24 hours. Neither was wearing a safety harness, which had been provided by the krewe. Hopefully this will serve as a wake-up call for all riders.
From what I saw Friday and Saturday along Napoleon and St. Charles Avenues, most people were trying to obey the new "six feet from the curb" ladder rule. The test comes this week starting with Muses on Thursday night.
Several people observed that City Council candidate Jason Williams's sign on the side of his float announcing his kingship in Freret's parade looked more like a campaign sign than traditional krewe royalty signage.
Results are in for the Ryhthm on the Route Band Contest is Metairie:
1st place: Bonnabel High School
2nd place: East St. John High School
3rd place: Tara High School
1st place: Brother Martin High School
2nd place: Northshore High School
3rd place: Archbishop Rummel
My daily reports in the New Orleans Advocate will pick up again Wednesday, as will my Parade Previews on WWL radio at 6:30, 8: 30 AM, noon and 5:30 PM. You can see my interviews with representatives of 47 major parading krewes on the WDSU morning news 5:30-7:00 and 4:00-5:00 PM.
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