Judge Patricia Grady’s order Tuesday dismissing a lawsuit challenging many aspects of the island’s annual Mardi Gras celebration and, by extension, throwing into question other large festivals, didn’t solve any of the underlying problems or answer any of the questions that landed the matter …
The city's moving forward with preparations for Mardi Gras, but the businessman who filed the lawsuit wants a speedy appeals process.
A judge dismissed the case that challenged whether the city and the festival promoter could shut down streets and charge people for entry to public roads.
An island businessman's lawsuit is challenging both the city and Mardi Gras promoter with objections to shutting down city streets, setting up gated entertainment areas and charging people to enter.
Lone Star Rally's court filing comes just before a Monday temporary injunction hearing that could determine the fate of many 2020 events and has the rapt attention of festival organizers.
Mardi Gras was celebrated Sunday across the island with the Mardi Gras Ball for Special People at Moody Gardens and parades through downtown Galveston. The Shriners Hospitals for Children and Sunshine Kids Parade kicked things off downtown for the free, family-friendly day of Mardi Gras. It …
Mardi Gras! Galveston 2019 kicked off Friday night in downtown Galveston with the George P. Mitchell Mardi Gras Award Parade and The Galveston County Daily News Funky Uptown Umbrella Parade. The two week event continues Saturday with numerous parades and live music performances.