Wow. Has it really been 10 years since the legend of the Mobile Leprechaun was born?
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Seven years ago this month, the Mobile Leprechaun was born. It was one of YouTube’s first viral videos and the original has amassed more than 22 million views. I’m forever linked to the story because I’m one of the anchors who introduced it on camera.
Believe it or not, six years have passed since one of the first YouTube viral videos was born. There are kindergartners who weren’t even a thought in their parents’ minds when the story first aired. With around 25 million combined views (more than 20 million on the original video from 2006), the Mobile Leprechaun video is one of the most-viewed […]
It was all about Leprechauns, crawfish, beads and cabbage at our annual St. Patty’s Parade Party in Old Metairie. In keeping with tradition, WDSU reporter Travers Mackel served as boil master and did a spectacular job once again.
The Metairie Road St. Patrick’s Day parade runs just a few feet from our house, so we decided to have a party. I rode in the parade a few times as a kid but hadn’t been to it since the early 1990’s. I was sick for a few days leading up to it (the rest […]