Lusher Charter School
St. Charles Avenue - January 2017
Trends and products for 2017
The “CADA Carnivale” and Patron Party supported the Council on Alcohol & Drug Abuse.
Program Coordinator; and Henry James, Small Business Owner & General Contractor
Magna-Tiles are more than building block
The gardens of Pitot House set the stage for Louisiana Landmarks Society’s major fundraiser.
With this Ring
Youth Run NOLA
The Fore!Kids Foundation raised funds to help kids through golf.
Ballin’s LTD Dante Street: (504) 866-4367 Magazine Street: (504) 891-4502 This beautiful piece is designed by Hazel Smyth and part of her gold stix collection. The piece features Amethyst Cabochon stud and Green Agate. New…
This LPO Volunteers’ Encore Shop celebrated the 10th anniversary of its annual fundraiser.
A delight for the senses!
The Preservation Resource Center is turning 40 this year, and we want to celebrate early to let them know how much we appreciate everything they’ve done to promote the preservation, restoration and revitalization of our historic New Orleans architecture and…
Hundreds filled the floors of Saks Fifth Avenue to support cancer research.
This year the Preservation Resource Center turns 40, and we’re celebrating by featuring the 40th annual “Julia Jump” early! Event Co-Chair Annie Sarpy Phillips, PRC Board President and Event Sponsor IberiaBank representative Will Hales and Event Co-Chairs Kaylea B. Hill,…
New Orleans music libraries
The latest in assisted living and nursing care
Do not settle for the “same old, same old;” take advantage of the advancements in health, beauty and wellness. Here is our guide to some of the best new trends to try in 2017.
St. Charles Avenue’s “Wine, Dine & Design” 2016 tablescapes Preview Party and Luncheon presented by Bryan Subaru.
Academy of the Sacred Heart 4521 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans (504) 269-1213 / ashrosary.org The Academy of the Sacred Heart is a Catholic, independent, college prep school for girls, toddler through Grade 12. Since 1867, the school has remained…
More than 300 patrons gathered under a full moon to support the New Orleans Botanical Garden.
Owners, Charlotte Reiss and Rebecca Norwood
For the unbearable heaviness of being
“O What A Night” raised close to $800,000 for the Ogden Museum of Southern Art.
Owner, Principal Planner & Designer, Valerie Gernhauser