ALABAMA CHANIN – PABLEAUX JOHNSON + MARDI GRAS INDIANS

THE FACTORY + ALABAMA CHANIN 08/52 | 2020

“Mardi Gras is the love of life. It is the harmonic convergence of our food, our music, our creativity, our eccentricity, our neighbors, and our joy of living. All at once.” ― Chris Rose

Tomorrow is Fat Tuesday! Though Mardi Gras has been celebrated for the past few weeks, official Mardi Gras Day is February 25th. In celebration, we’re sharing a bit of history on the holiday and exploring the food, music, and people unique to the yearly festivities.

“The Obscure Origins of American Mardi Gras”

“Mardi Gras Krewes”

Pableaux Johnson + Mardi Gras Indians

“The King Cake Tradition, Explained”

“Fat Tuesday: The Many Different Doughnuts of Mardi Gras”

“Mardi Gras Playlist”

Red Beans + Rice + A Recipe

“Why You Should Drink a Sazerac on Mardi Gras”

Purple, Gold, and Green at Alabama Chanin (and what these colors mean to Mardi Gras)

In Alabama: “The First Mardi Gras: Not in New Orleans?”

@ Alabama Chanin
Seats are still available for the No Bullshit Breakfast: Enneagram, happening next Thursday, March 5th, at The Factory. Find all the details and purchase your ticket here. In the Journal, get a more in-depth look into Enneagram based self-care and explore our shopping guide for each Enneagram type.

Lead image: New Orleans Mardi Gras Indians by friend, photographer, and writer Pableaux Johnson

Second image: King Cake on Camellia Etched Serving Platter with Organic Jersey Napkins

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