A fundraiser for New Orleans Women & Children’s Shelter supported local families.
Remembering New Orleans’ “Mission to Mexico”
Once again, St. Charles Avenue magazine is delighted to present you a curated selection of locals’ weddings. Whether you’re in the midst of planning your own wedding, dreaming of one in the future or just like to view how people have celebrated their “big days,” you can find inspiration, beauty and those special touches that only New Orleanians add to their weddings, all in the following pages. In this, our 15th compendium, we offer you five weddings that prove no matter the size, location or opulence, love shines through.
Third annual “Bal Masqué” featured a festive Haitian and Caribbean theme, menu and music.
Eight outstanding community members were honored as “Good Apples” for their commitment to social justice.
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Owners, Blo Blow Dry Bar
Family fun in the green outdoors
The CAC recognized artists, performers, educators and philanthropists at “SweetArts 2018.”
The American Heart Association encourages local women to take charge of their heart health.
Whether she taught you how to tie your shoes, balance your checkbook or make the perfect sweet tea, she’s always been there. The woman you hold nearest and dearest deserves to be celebrated. This Mother’s Day, treat the most cherished female role models in your life to heartfelt gifts that reflect your admiration and their personal style.
General Manager, Select Stone
Chef Chip Flanagan of Ralph’s On the Park shares their Shrimp & Crawfish Toast
The 2018 JCRS gala honored Executive Director Ned Goldberg.
After a lengthy competition, the LPO celebrated its opportunity to shine in NYC at Carnegie Hall.
The annual “Sugarplum Ball” featured a journey to ancient Greece in support of modern technology.
Making it easy, safe and fun
Founder, Pontchartrain Mushrooms
A wedding that benefited “Hogs for the Cause”
The NOCCA Institute hosted a record-breaking gala to benefit the Daniel Price Memorial Fund.
Navigate your way to healthier skin
Benjamin Franklin High School
New Orleans is known for its diverse neighborhoods. Each area of town is distinctly different and has so much to offer. Here are a few choices for shopping, services to make your life easier and your home more beautiful, summer camps for the kids and even real estate options.
Ballet Resource And Volunteer Organization of the New Orleans Ballet Association presented a three-night gala.