Category Archives: ‘titRəx in the News
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Cree McCree of 'tit Rǝx PostedJanuary 30, 2013 by Alex Rawls Photo from the 'tit Rex parade. [Updated] Last year's the Krewe of 'tit Rex (imagine that "e" is a schwa in this and all other uses of the krewe title) faced controversy when Rex challenged Carnival's first microkrewe over its name. Continue Reading...Read more
The 2013 edition of the miniature Mardi Gras parade formerly known as ‘tit Rex, featuring tiny floats towed through the streets by their makers like Chihuahuas on leashes, was a brilliant little affair. This year’s theme was The Bare Minimum, yet the toy float builders seemed to maximize their artistic and satiric skills better than ever....Read more
My number one, not-to-miss 2013 Carnival occurrence will take place Saturday (Jan. 26) in the Bywater and Marigny neighborhoods, as two of the Crescent City’s premier post-Katrina do-it-yourself parades, the Intergalactic Krewe of Chewbacchus and the mini-marching parade formerly known as ‘tit Rex (a shortened form of Petit Rex, inspired by the venerable Rex parade and pronounced like the dinosaur), will roll through the narrow streets....Read more
The "Angry Mermaid" float from 'tit Rex's 2011 parade. (Photo courtesy of titrexparade.blogspot.com) by ELIZABETH PEARCE on FEBRUARY 10, 2012 in ARTS & CULTURE, EVENTS, THINGS TO DO During Carnival weekend, super krewes roam the streets of Uptown and Mid-City. But this Saturday, the Krewe of ‘tit Rex, which rolls through the Bywater and Marigny, makes the case that Continue Reading...Read more
By Doug MacCash, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune Chris Granger / The Times-PicayuneA miniature float from the 2011 parade by the Carnival krewe formerly known as 'tit Rex. The pronunciation is questionable and the typography is a headache, but the board of directors of the tiny Mardi Gras marching club formerly known as ’tit Rex has added an unusual symbol to Continue Reading...Read more