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Olivia "Livvy" Dunne is a college gymnast at Louisiana State University who has garnered over 8 million followers across her social media accounts.

The athlete’s name was recently used in an article by The New York Times, written by Kurt Streeter, in which the author highlighted Dunne's monetary success and claimed that "sexiness sells."

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JayDaYoungan, an up-and-coming rapper, died last night after being shot outside of his Louisiana home.

This article contains content that may be upsetting to some of our readers.

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Mardi Gras is quickly approaching but the city where it's celebrated the most, New Orleans, won't be as exciting this year due to the  COVID-19 pandemic.

New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell announced multiple new restrictions that will be put into place on Mardi Gras weekend and Mardi Gras day in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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New Orleans is not letting COVID-19 put a damper on certain Mardi Gras traditions even though normal celebrations have been canceled for 2021.

Elaborately-decorated floats typically line the streets during Carnival leading up to Fat Tuesday, but the city called off all parades this year. 

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Wearing a face mask in public is the new norm these days and seeing all of the different kinds that people are making has been quite entertaining. Big companies, small businesses, and more are taking on the challenge of creating a face mask that's ideal for their audience, even if that means being able to sip cocktails while still protecting your face! This New Orleans woman created face masks that you can sip cocktails while wearing and they're all the rage.

Ellen Macomber, a New Orleans local and owner of a small business, designed her face masks to have perforated, small lip-level holes to make sipping cocktails doable during this weird time.

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