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The Endless Night Festival returns to our beloved New Orleans on October 30th through November 2nd 2008 for the eleventh installment of this international gothic, underground, vamp and masquerade event!
We are very pleased and excited to announce our weekend will include not only the Masque Ball: Day of the Dead on Saturday, November 1st, but the Dark Bazaar, traditional opening and closing ceremonies and the return of the legendary Lost Boys Beach Party.
Many make the pilgrimage each year and now that we have the most perfect venue for the weekend, the mysterious Temple of the Scottish Rite, we can make this the best Endless Night Festival yet!
What else is exciting we have worked out a cooperation of co-sponsorship and cross promotion with our friends from the Anne Rice Vampire Lestat Fan Club. Their main event will be Friday, October 31st and our main event will be Saturday, November 1st, so everyone will have a great weekend together.
The most important things is we support the continued rebirth of the most legendary haunted and vamp city in the Americas! There is no other place to spend Halloween for the hard core vamp, Anne Rice fan, goth or New Orleans lover. Both veterans and those who always dreamed of elegance, history and decadence of this city has overwhelmed us and that is why we continue to do this event with the love, which is Endless Nights.
But for Pitt and Jolie, the best thing about New Orleans is the anonymity it affords them. "Let me tell you, we're in this house in Prague right now and there's about 12 cars of paparazzi outside and some tourists with video cameras," the actor told the Times-Picayune. "I can't describe why we're allowed to live a more normal life [in New Orleans]."
The thing he misses the most, he said, is bicycling through the city's streets at night. "Living in the French Quarter is a thrill for us," he said. "We have some semblance of real family life. People have been very, very gracious with us. If we're on the front deck, people go by and say, 'Hi.' Then they go on their way, very friendly."
i believe it was jackinthebox, who asked me, "what if they turned out to be evrything that is wrong with the world-
We know even less than what we thought we did when we started.
Originally posted by madhatter3113
Honest to god, I think 10 years ago, this city WAS pretty much the dark creepy place everyone thinks it is. But much has changed especially after hurrican Katrina.
What the hell happened? did all the vampires leave? were they ever here at all?