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With the return of Mardi Gras marching bands, New Orleans' streets are full of magic

The bands may be smaller this year, but students say they're prepared to keep the culture alive and entertain hundreds of thousands of revelers.

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From Tumblrcore to 2014core, the nostalgia loop is getting smaller and faster

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Warren Easton Charter High School's marching band members line up in formation. Their instruments, among many, include sousaphones, cymbals, and a drum section with snare, tenor and bass drums. Aubri Juhasz/WWNO hide caption

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With the return of Mardi Gras marching bands, New Orleans' streets are full of magic

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