Stilt walkers dance down Biscayne Boulevard during the Fourth Annual Greater Miami Mardi Gras in 2006. The festival kicked off with a parade and celebration with more than 20 different countries represented. A similar event is set for North Miami on Jan. 29
Stilt walkers dance down Biscayne Boulevard during the Fourth Annual Greater Miami Mardi Gras in 2006. The festival kicked off with a parade and celebration with more than 20 different countries represented. A similar event is set for North Miami on Jan. 29 Donna E. Natale Planas Miami Herald File
Stilt walkers dance down Biscayne Boulevard during the Fourth Annual Greater Miami Mardi Gras in 2006. The festival kicked off with a parade and celebration with more than 20 different countries represented. A similar event is set for North Miami on Jan. 29 Donna E. Natale Planas Miami Herald File

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