After Mardi Gras, where do all the beads go?

By usatoday
2018.02.14. 20:02
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After the Mardi Gras parades have passed and the beads have been thrown, the cleanup begins in New Orleans. This year, there's a focus on what to do with the beads. (Feb. 14)

       



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