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Two local women share their stories of survival
The National World War II Museum honors America’s greatest generation.
Doctors tell of some of their toughest cases.
Annual Shakespeare Festival kicks off with lavish affair.
Guests donned their best seersucker for the Ogden’s annual fundraiser.
NOWFE celebrates a local cooking legend.
The community comes together to support NOCCA.
Favorite chefs donate their talent for our kidneys.
Music Lovers Rock the BubbleQ
The New Orleans Women’s Guild holds its annual Opera Ball.
BRAVO Welcomes International Company
Hermann-Grima/Gallier Historic houses hosts its 26th annual wine auction.
Courting Casual Diners The Court of Two Sisters, 613 Royal St., 522-7261; Court Tavern Po-Boys, 614 Bourbon St., courtoftwosisters.comLocals know The Court of Two Sisters for its daily jazz brunch buffet, but the restaurant also offers a casual dining experience…
Benefit to Support Audubon Zoo
Is there any time in the calendar year more deserving of some self-pampering than the summer? First, one has to conquer the New Orleans heat. Add in a little humidity and the dreaded frizz and sweat duo start to make…
Bridge House and Grace House Honor Local Wordsmiths
Raising Money for Healthy Hearts
Organization celebrates the best in local business.
Tipitina’s Foundation's Benefit Concert
Delgado Community College honors Plaquemines Parish President.
PRC raises money to preserve New Orleans’ historical architecture.
Bridge House kicks off 2012 Mardi Gras season with annual fundraiser.
Chef’s picksVoted “Favorite Asian Restaurant” by the readers of New Orleans Magazine in the 2011 Tops of the Town awards, Five Happiness has been serving the city for more than 30 years. Popular among families, the restaurant is known to…
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…
LOCAL COPS PROTECT AND SERVE DONUTS
Last month, for our Mother’s Day feature, we presented portraits of female members of both the New Orleans and Jefferson parish councils and their families. This month, we do the same for council guys. In both cases we look for…
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.
Whether your preference is traditional or playful, New Orleans has many options to fit your event.
Five of the city’s best catering services fit for a bride.
Mothers and daughters on two councils discuss differences and similarities.
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