No floats? No problem. Mardi Gras just got more creative

Krewe of Houses has started a grassroots effort to keep Mardi Gras alive after parades were canceled due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Over 3,000 New Orleanians have found a new place for their “parade floats.

01:38 - Source: CNN
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