Category Archives: Mardi Gras

“Sunday Thoughts”

“This far exceeded our wildest expectations. We’re definitely doing it again next year.” Joseph Stillwell Cane, 1868   Please follow and like us:20

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“Hey Y’all, It’s Mardi Gras!”

HAPPY MARDI GRAS FROM MOBILE, ALABAMA!         I’m not going to bore you with the facts again, about Mobile, Alabama being the birthplace of the first Mardi Gras Celebrations in America, (and NOT New Orleans) but I … Continue reading

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“Sunday Thoughts”

“This far exceeded our wildest expectations. We’re definitely doing it again next year.” —Joe Cain (Joseph Stillwell Cain) HAPPY JOE CAIN DAY FROM MOBILE, ALABAMA! Please follow and like us:20

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“Raisin’ Cain” A Re-Run

Originally Published February 18, 2007 In 1866, Mobile, Alabama was under “Union” Occupation and the spirit of the people was down and defeated. The tradition of Mardi Gras had been put on hold and no citizen of Mobile was allowed … Continue reading

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