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June 2017

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In This Issue

Community Crusader: Shelby Sanderford

Rupa Mohan

CEO, The Sweat Social

Storyville, A Literary Legend

The Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival began with a tribute to Storyville.

Ensuring Access to Education

The UNCF rallied partygoers for education and honored Leah Chase.


Climbing to the Top

Dr. Church’s volcano party

Children’s Chic

What’s Hot

Madeline Lorraine Puente

St. Mary’s Dominican High School

Climbing Free

New Orleans Boulder Lounge

Community Crusaders: Angie D'Ingianni and Kellie Mathas

Director of Business Development, Crystal Clear Creative and Chief Creative Officer, Crystal Clear Creative


Proprietor, Oleander on Royal

Community Crusader: Ingrid Rinck

Owner/CEO Sensible Portions Meals

Special Summer Salad

Ruth’s Chris Steak House’s Executive Chef Vernell Gibson shares Ruth’s Fresh Mozzarella & Heirloom Tomato Salad

Simone Reggie

Co-Owner, Simone’s Market

Dancing With the Stars

The star-studded annual BRAVO gala supported the New Orleans Ballet Association.

Community Crusader: Sheila Sanderford

Bev's Note

On the Cover

Hats Off to Opera

Whimsical hats and a derby theme marked the 33rd annual “Mad Hatters.”

Performing Arts Calendar


Civic Duty Diligence

Crimestoppers GNO introduced an interdenominational campaign.

Celebrating Cinema

NOFS partied to promote filmmaking and educational programming.


The past social season in review


Rebuilding Hope in New Orleans is more than just service

Generous Giving

The Jewish Federation of Greater New Orleans thanked its selfless supporters.

Community Crusaders: Simone Bruni Crouere

Founder/Owner, Demo Diva Demolition

Treating the Kids

Taking the Kids

Summer fun for all ages

Clesi – Mazzarell

With this Ring

South of the Border

New and notable specials

To Dine and Dance

The Court of Two Sisters surged in popularity in the 1930s-1940s

Community Crusaders: Katherine Crosby

Chariman of the Board/ Fidelity Bank

Halting Hunger

More than 120 people gathered to support Second Harvest Food Bank of South Louisiana.

Morgan's Note

Still Groovin’

Patrons celebrated the success of WYES over the past 60 years.

Swinging to the Symphony

LPO’s annual “Opus Ball” featured the songs of Louis Prima.


June 2017

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