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St. Charles Avenue - February 2014
The To Dos Before the I Dos
February Through Feb. 1 Marilyn: Forever Blonde The one-woman play based on the life of Marilyn Monroe finds the star on photo shoot before her death. Joy Theater, 1200 Canal St., 528-9569, TheJoyTheater.com Through Feb. 8 Golda’s Balcony William Gibson’s…
The 2013 “O What A Night” honored George Rodrigue.
Caterers/Food Service Aunt Sally’s Original Creole Pralines 750 St. Charles Ave. (and other locations) 1-800-642-7257 Toll Free Ralph Brennan Catering & Events 539-5511 ralphbrennancatering.com Children’s Clothes Angelique Baby 5519 Magazine St. 899-8992 angeliquestores.com Banbury Cross 100 Atherton Drive 837-0447 banburycrossonline.com…
The LA-SPCA presented its annual “Howling Success.”
Local restaurants introduce new menus, cocktails, and specials.
The Jewish Community Center celebrated its 65 years.
June 24, 1944 – Sydney, Australia
Chaired by Andrea Frischhertz and Ann Heslin, this year’s “Lark in the Park” presented by Friends of City Park to benefit the City Park Carousel promises to be an exciting ride. With a patron party at 7 p.m. and gala at 8…
This year’s “Cocktails for KID smART” honored Adrian Deckbar.
Eugenia Baker Edwards and Mathews Edward Pierson first met in 2003 when Mathews moved to Washington, D.C. with a fellow Michigander who coincidently worked on the Hill with Eugenia. The two remained in the same circle of friends for years…
It’s a Love Fest
Poydras Home’s 19th annual “Home Art Show and Patron Party.”
New Orleanians and bicycles go together like grits and grillades – they’re a perfect pair. After all, bicycles offer transportation, exercise and most importantly, fun. Fortunately, the RUBARB (Rusted Up Beyond All Recognition Bikes) organization provides an opportunity for New Orleans…
This year my company had a very dear employee retire who had been with us for over 40 years. Although we’re sad to see him go, we wanted to thank him for all of his hard work by giving him…
Bridge House/Grace House danced for funds.
Brother Martin High School
Simplifying the best – and often most complicated – lip color
Alternatives Living, Inc., dressed up to raise funds.
The owner of Banbury Cross talks about how her store came to be and why she loves her job.
A fun and inexpensive way to entertain the kids
St. Elizabeth’s Guild honored its 10 volunteer activists of 2013.
The general manager of Stone Creek Club and Spa talks about what makes the spot so popular.
All right, ladies, it’s that time of year again – and before we get into singles versus couples and the Great Valentine’s Day Debate (i.e. who you’re going to share it with), let’s step back and consider this: whether you have your…
The “Harvest Cup Polo Classic” celebrated 17 years.
Executive Chef Michael Sichel of Galatoire’s 33 Bar & Steak shares the recipe for Prime 33 T-bone Bonne Femme.
The LMF celebrated “An Arresting Experience.”
The rise and fall of the MART