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Project Lazarus honors major advocates at its 25th annual dinner.
The Prix d’Elegance Luncheon benefits NOBA’s educational programs.
Ways to wow your pets
Blue and white gingham-draped tables and buffets on old cedar doors greeted guests with” a backyard, juke joint feel at Legacy Donor Foundation’s “Soul Revival 2011” on April 8.The Tree of Life Bar, a circle bar with a lighted tree…
11 Important Statues
Upcoming auctionsLocated in downtown New Orleans, Crescent City Auction Gallery’s staff and auctioneers have more than 50 years combined experience in the antique and auction business. The locally owned and operated company specializes in local estates, Southern and New Orleans…
Find the ideal setting for your wedding close to home.
Bright colors are a staple for summer weddings.Using vibrant hues for the big day, brides can personalize bouquetsand boutonnières with exotic flowers to match their own taste.Here are nine local takes on summer’s best blossom arrangements.
The Best Things to See and Do in Cajun Country
For almost 30 years, Judy at the Rink has been offering unique New Orleans gifts, such as home accessories and jewelry. Owner Kay Fausset chooses the store’s inventory, and though some pieces are by national artists, most are local – with…
Pascal’s Manale is best known for being the creator of barbecued shrimp. The 98-year-old restaurant has been in the same family for four generations, serving up seafood dishes, Italian specialties and steaks.Co-owner Sandy DeFelice’s favorite dishes are the veal parmesan,…
After a devastating year caused by the oil disaster, tourist hot spots along the Gulf Coast want folks to know that they’re back. (In fact they never left; the perception scared people away, never the reality.)GULFPORT, MISS.If you want to…
Emeril Lagasse hosts a dinner to support mental health services.
“Paint the Town Green” supports youths in need.
A Dr. Seuss-themed celebration raises funds for the Children’s Museum of St. Tammany.
Friends of City Park raises funds for a miniature golf course.
Everything you need for your next vacation
Guests have their antiques appraised at Temple Sinai’s “Treasures and Tribute.”
The Jewish Federation of Greater New Orleans honors major donors.
Graduation gift ideas for the class of 2011
Right in the middle of a pedestrian alley between the Louisiana Supreme Court and the Monteleone Hotel, you’ll find Green Goddess, a restaurant working under the “small is beautiful” motto. Chef’s Paul Artigues and Chris DeBarr create Louisiana seafood with…
saturday, april 16, 2011
Foodies support March of Dimes at the “Signature Chefs Gala.”
Renaissance enthusiasts fight multiple sclerosis.
The Young Friends of St. Andrew’s Village raise funds for its faith-based community.
Annual fundraiser continues to raise money and inspire guests.
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