Clarion Content Podcast 4:
Elyse Mrache & Durham Mardi Gras

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Listen to our fourth podcast below featuring Elyse Mrache of the Durham Mardi Gras Parade. Hear our archived podcasts here.

The Clarion Content Podcast tells the story of Durham, North Carolina and its citizenry as we rocket through time. This is place is a cultural crossroads. We will try to curate for you the best, the brightest, the most interesting parts of Durham, as well as to ferret out the unseen, good and bad.

As befits a place of Durham’s culture depth, a place with its bevy of artistic talent and all stripes of innovators, we will address bigger issues and news as it hits our radar.

Broadcasting from the Durty Durham Studios at #305 East Chapel Hill Street, our broadcast team consists of the Clarion Content’s Editor Aaron Mandel, columnist Justin Laidlaw, and Producer/Engineer Geoff Register.

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In this episode Mandel and Laidlaw discuss what’s up with Runaway Clothes, American Underground, another ReFashioned show, Lilac Shadows, and Durham artistic and cultural collaboration.

In the second segment they talk with Elyse Mrache of Durty Durham and the Durham Mardi Gras Parade about all the fabulous events surrounding it.

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