Mardi Gras

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  • Personal Narrative: What Doesn T Work At Rvers

    RVers they would do well. I know a woman that makes decals for the FreeRoaders; another guy use to make buttons for the GTGs and gave them away; I always told him he should charge for them since he was making 30-40 for each GTG. When I held the Mardi Gras GTG there were over 80 RVers there but he only made them for the FreeRoaders and not the WINs who attended. All depends on how handy you are. Don't know if you know of the 2 Crazy Ladies, they surely aren't crazy, who make name tags, and…

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  • Montresor Inhumane Analysis

    It is not difficult to tell that Montresor is insane. "The thousand injuries of Fortunato I had borne (p. 212)" is most likely an extreme exaggeration. These 'thousand injuries' were probably a figment of Montresor's imagination. Thus, Montresor actually had no viable motive for Fortunato's murder. Plus, the murder itself was inhumane. Montresor "fettered him to the granite (p. 216)," or chained his victim in a niche in the catacombs. After chaining his victim, Montresor "began vigorously to…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Experience At Telemundo

    I got the incredible opportunity to intern at Telemundo New Orleans. As a member of PRSSA I attended a networking night last semester, and got to talk to a lot of people. Telemundo caught my attention, so when I stopped and talk, I asked for information and they told me they send me an email. Some weeks later I got an email from a Loyola student that worked there, saying they wanted to talk an offer me an internship if I was interested. That same Friday I went to an interview and got it. I was…

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  • My Visit To New Orleans

    extend the family trip for another week! The vacation was truly an exotic experience due to the fascinating cuisine and history of New Orleans. What’s travelling to New Orleans without sampling their alluring food? The city may boast its raunchy Mardi Gras celebrations, but there is never a reason not to try the best Creole dishes in the country. Consequently, they have restaurants that are priced…

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  • New Orleans Essay

    In 2004, the hospitality industry employed 85,000 people, making it the city's top economic sector as measured by employment totals. Some hotspot for the tourist are- The French Quarter, Mardi Gras, The National WWII Museum, Jackson Square, Preservation Hall, the St Louis Cathedral, New Orleans City Park, Louisiana State Museum at the Cabildo, The Garden District, Steamboat Natchez, New Orleans Museum of Art, Audubon Aquarium of the Americas…

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  • Crime In New Orleans Essay

    When people think of New Orleans they think of Bourbon street, Mardi Gras, food, and now a high crime rate. The murder rate has sporadically changed over the years, having a large spike after hurricane Katrina. New Orleans needs to shed the image of violence and death that it now has. New Orleans’s crime and murder rate will continue to rise if people do not do something to quell the pointless violence plaguing the once vibrant city. One of the major reasons New Orleans’s crime rate is at…

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  • What Is The Revenge In The Cask Of Amontillado

    catacomb in Italy during carnival season. The setting of the story is ironic. During carnival season, everyone is dressed up and celebrating while Fortunato is blindlessly being lead towards his point of no return. Carnival season, similar to today’s mardi gras located in New Orleans, Louisiana, is the perfect time to commit a crime because everyone in the area is drunk or too busy partying to notice one’s absence. Due to the story being set during a time of celebration, everyone is wandering…

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  • Graduation Speech: The Importance Of Speech By Ellen's Speech

    Ellen’s speech, in my opinion, was informative. She commenced to tell the audience about her life before stardom, letting everyone know that she worked several different jobs that paid about minimum wage. Almost every college student can relate to that scenario, going to classes and working one or two jobs just to make ends meet while in college. Then she went on to talk about how she had no ambition and felt lost and didn’t know what she wanted to do. What college student hasn’t felt that…

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  • Festa Italiana

    If you are still in the celebratory mood after Polka Days, then come to more festivals around Wisconsin. Some of the many coming up are Festa Italiana, Plein Air Festival, German Fest, Taste of Wisconsin and Burger Fest. The Festa Italiana is a three-day event from July 22 to the 24 at the Henry W. Maier Festival Park in Milwaukee. This festival celebrates Italian traditions from the past, present and into the future, while sharing the Italian culture with the community. This festival has fun…

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  • Dreamworlds Documentary Analysis

    This documentary "Dreamworlds- Desire, Sex, and Power in music Videos" tries to explain how the popular culture influences contemporary music video and how this is affecting today’s culture. “Dreamworlds” insists that these narratives and cultural attitudes have shaped these music videos into sexualizing women, and filtering the identities of both men and women into “myths” about sexuality and gender. The subject group in these music videos tended to be mostly about women and how they are…

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