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August 2014

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In This Issue

Recreate a Classic

Executive Chef Michelle McRaney shares Mr. B’s Bistro’s New Orleans Barbequed Shrimp

40 Years of Preserving Our History

The Preservation Resource Center’s “Julia Jump” celebrated with a “Mid-City Night’s Dream” theme.

Soothing Your Soul

Legacy Donor Foundation’s “Soul Revival” marked 15 years.

Sew Fabulous

One-week camps impart serious skills

August Snapshots

Luncheon for Greatness

EJGH’s “Great Lady/Great Gentleman Awards Luncheon” celebrated eight people and 38 years.

Health + Beauty

Soul Mates

Rebecca Doyle and Richard Weber celebrate their big day

Heather Hays

Owner, The Palm Tree Playground

Weddings, Welcomings and Wine

A Note From Bev

Metairie Road

what's new and what's to do

Smith - Rainer

Wedding Beauty for Everyone

Little tips and tricks for the big day

Cruisin' the Crescent

Perez - Edmunds Wedding

Lockhart - Ryan

Strictly Formal, Plus Mask

The United Negro College Fund hosted its inaugural “Mayor’s Masked Ball.”

Candice Gwinn

Owner & Designer, Trashy Diva

Scents, Sights and Sounds of Spain

This year’s “Sentimental Journeys” for Longue Vue House & Gardens held a “Night in the Gardens of Spain.”

Rock Stars for Education

City Year New Orleans celebrated retention and more at “School House Rock.”

Piscine Talents At a Pork Party

“Hogs for the Cause’s” kick-off “Seafood Jubilee.”

Sports & Spirits

Porks and Beads Reign Again

Bridge House/Grace House’s 18th annual “Cochon Cotillion.”

Rockin' Around the Clock

Family Service of Greater New Orleans hosted its fourth year of “Hickory Dickory Rock.”

Key - Zbrzeznj Wedding

Encouraging Entertainment

The creation of the Fulton Street Mall

Dining & Entertainment

Animal Rescue New Orleans

Volunteers Victoria Clark and Lesley Forynski

Kelleher - Roberts Wedding

Nancy Ren

Benjamin Franklin High School

Not Just "Lei-ing" Around

Parkway Promenade was hip to hula at “It’s a Luau!”

Crossing the Pond

A visit to the Northshore

Farris - Franks