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Mardi Gras costumes of New Orleans TV personalities: What did they wear on the air?

nola.com Tuesday, 13 February 2018
The city's broadcasters show off their Carnival spirit.
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While it is quite the celebration in New Orleans with lots of amazing parades and colorful&nbsp;costumes, you can have a chance to celebrate Mardi Gras here in Detroit, with some&nbsp;authentic New Orleans cuisine

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