The Life and Death of Mardi Gras Beads: The history, future of a crowd favorite | LSU The Reveille

To most, beads are only important during the season and quickly lose their luster when the parades have stopped rolling. But the beads travel a long way to arrive in the Crescent City and their lives continue on well after Fat Tuesday has passed.

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