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April 2018

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In This Issue

Spring Protocol

This season’s fashion includes everything from whites to brights, and is as diverse as it’s fun and fabulous.

Sondra Berger

Owner, The Optical Shoppe

Monique Pilié

Executive Director, LA Green Corps

Pellerin –Stakenborghs

826 New Orleans

Writing the future

Spring Fashion Accessories


Drumming in Spring

Arnaud’s Chef de Cuisine Tommy DiGiovanni shares their Herb-crusted pan-seared Black Drum with Buerre Rouge and spring corn maque choux

Dazzling Dances

Inspired by “Dancing with the Stars,” the sold-out “Dancing for the Arts” benefited YALA.

Evan Pierce McCollum

St. Martin’s Episcopal School

Melissa Cousans Mortillaro

Owner & Manager, Gem Printing

Pierce Bienvenu Landry Weds Hans Adolph Boegh Jonassen

September 4, 1963

Creole Italian

A long, happy marriage of cuisines

Born to Eat

March of Dimes’ benefit offered chef tastings ranging from Louisiana classics to a whole alligator.

Stories & Stop-Ins

Festivals, food and fun in the French Quarter

The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival

A new way of seeing a favorite fest

Morgan's Note

April Events

Bev's Note

Under the Luminous Oaks

The 31st “Celebration in the Oaks Preview Party” offered an exclusive first look at the spectacular lights.

Houses With History

A Patron Party opened the PRC’s 42nd annual weekend tour of Garden District homes.

On the Cover

Passing the Torch

The ADL honored Robert Merrick and Arthur Roger, and special honoree Allison Padilla-Goodman.

Champions of Literacy

“Faulkner for All” doubled as a surprise tribute for literacy pioneers Rosemary James and Joe DeSalvo.

A Grand Slam for Students

More than 200 partygoers gathered to support A’s & Aces.

The Gunga Den

A brief history of an infamous spot

Summer Camps

Performing Arts


Celebrating the Season with a Reason

The Ladies Leukemia League celebrated $100K in grants and honored young people fighting cancer.

Activists of the Year

St. Charles Avenue proudly honored six local activists in its 22nd year.

St. Charles Avenue’s 2018 Courts of Carnival

St. Charles Avenue’s sixth annual Courts of Carnival reminds you that Mardi Gras really is the most wonderful time of year in New Orleans. Arranged in reverse chronological order from Mardi Gras to Twelfth Night, the Courts of Carnival march through our memories, complete with sparkling trains and glittering crowns. Long live the season!

Flower-Filled Fiesta

NOHHF created the Cristina Fowler Memorial Scholarship Fund.

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