Beau Evans, NOLA.com|The Times-Picayune
The haze from Mardi Gras day is starting to clear up, but there's just one problem: You have no idea where your car is. Hopefully, it's parked right where you left it and you'll remember that soon. But if you think there's a chance it got impounded, NOLA.com writer Beau Evans has the low-down on how to get your car back.
Michael Democker, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune
If you had to go to work today (and we're sorry if you did), has anyone said, "You have glitter on your face"? It seems like no matter what you do, it won't go away. It sticks to everything. If you're ready to stop sparkling, writer Christy Lorio has some tips on how to make it go away.
A new chapter for Brennan's restaurant
Chris Granger/NOLA.com|The Times-Picayune
You haven't bought real food in weeks
Does your fridge look like this? Maybe just a bottle of hot sauce, or a bottle of beer? Is the only sustenance in your house some stale king cake? Get thee to a grocery store, pronto. And if you'd like to start doing some home cookin' again, Ann Maloney has some delicious fish recipes, just in time for Lent.
1979 Press Photo Business Worker Cleans up Trash After Mardi Gras in New Orleans
Uh, what's that on the lawn...
Sometimes, maybe it's better not to know what that certain something is that a parade-goer left on your property. Get out your hose and your rubber gloves and your trash can and don't think about it too much.
Michael DeMocker, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune
Why did I want all these beads?
It seemed so important at the time, all those beads and boas and fedoras and stuffed toys and whatnot. Now, all you want to do is stuff them in the attic. But wait! You've got options. A) Get crafty and make them into masterpieces to display or give away. B) Donate them to worthy organizations that recycle them and use the profit to help folks.