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July 2016

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In This Issue

Grande Dame Greatness

Chef Michael Regua shares Antoine’s Pompano Pontchartrain

School Days

2015 - 2016

Bev's Note


Breakfast at Brennen’s & Flowers by Bev

Previewing this auction item at Longue Vue’s “Sentimental Journeys”


The quest for a non-toxic deodorant

Feeling Good in Summer

Eight local experts weigh in on your new favorite treatments

What’s Hot

Summer Style

Drug Store Décor

The Walgreen store first opened on Canal Street in 1938


Gallery Insider

Plantation Play

A day trip to Oak Alley

Food for Thought

Second Harvest Food Bank hosted celebrity chefs to raise awareness for hunger.

Wedding Whimsy

“Hogs for the Cause” and the Link Restaurant Group presented a dinner guests couldn’t refuse.

Amanda Dailey

Co-Owner, Queork

On the Cover

Southern Soirée

Twelfth annual “Sippin’ in Seersucker” started the summer season in style.

James Michalopoulos

Artist; Gallery Owner; Founder and Owner, Old New Orleans Rum

Growing Gardens & Knowledge

Edible Schoolyard New Orleans’ seventh annual garden party highlights a decade of garden and culinary education.

Christal White

Development Director, The Green Project: Paint Recycling & Salvage Building Materials

Morgan's Note

Madison Vise

Ursuline Academy

The New Orleans Botanical Garden

A perennial favorite 

Festival Formality

The 33rd “French Quarter Festival” opener filled Antoine’s with 500 guests.

Entrepreneurial Endeavors

Tulane University honored established and up-and-coming leaders in business.


Exceptional service, excellent food, elegant atmosphere

Performing Arts Calendar


Literary Legends

The “Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival” honored the late Harper Lee.

Cochon Carnival

Bridge House/Grace House’s biggest fundraiser of the year brought more than 800 patrons to celebrate “Cochon Cotillion 20.”


July 2016

Garden Party Homecoming

“Sentimental Journeys” returns to Longue Vue for the first time in more than 20 years.

Calling Upon the Muses

Jefferson Beautification Inc. plans to post four bronze Greek Muses statues adorning the gardens of the JPAS building.

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