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July 2014

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In This Issue

Arabesques & Applause

The Joffery Ballet served as the highlight of this year’s “Ballet Resource and Volunteer Organization Gala.”

Blooms & Beyond

The Garden Study Club of New Orleans and NOMA host their annual “Art in Bloom.”

The Play's the Thing

The Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival presented Hotel Plays.

Frank Quinn

General Manager, The Outlet Collection at Riverwalk

Fly Away to the Ball

Children’s Hospital’s signature black-tie “Sugarplum Ball.”

Sensational in Summer

New Orleans beauty experts weigh in on available services and products perfect for the summer season.

Putting Down New Roots

Raintree Children & Family Services gathered to “Paint the Town Green.”

Summer Style

Lee McKee

Owner, The Linen Registry

Mom Camp

“Survivor” Edition

July Snapshots


Founder and CEO, Andre Feigler

Showers & Waves

The water sculptures of the 1984 World’s Fair

Sipping Through Summer

OnStage Performance Calendar


Cruisin' the Crescent

Gallery Insider

Elizabeth Catherine Miller

Ursuline Academy

With This Ring: Doyle-Weber

Have Yourself a Merry Little Happy Hour

8 Specials Around Town

Singing for Safety Nets

Jewish Children’s Regional Service celebrated the “Jewish Roots of Broadway.”

Beat the Heat

Taking the Time

A seven-day guide to pampering yourself

Newly Notable

Competition keeps restaurants inventive, often at bargain prices

Art-Inspired Entertaining

Three tables on display at Kay Kerrigan's house

Engaging Entrepreneurs

The Idea Village’s sixth annual “New Orleans Entrepreneur Week Opening Celebration.”

All-Aboard the Museum Train

The Children’s Museum of St. Tammany’s annual spring “Celebration.”

Grilled Redfish & Crabmeat With Lemon-Butter Sauce

Executive Chef Austin Kirzner of Red Fish Grill shares their signature dish

Bidding for History

Hermann-Grima + Gallier Historic Houses’ 25th annual “Amazing Grapes Fine Wine and Entertaining Auction.”

Moving In Step

Young Audiences of Louisiana’s fifth annual “Dancing for the Arts.”