St. Charles Avenue - June 2018
Legacy Donor Foundation celebrated lives saved by organ donation.
Executive Assistant & Liaison to CEO Blonka Mack, Blonka Movement
Friends of City Park hosted an outdoor gala to restore the historic Casino Building.
Archbishop Rummel High School
The “American Spirit Awards” gala celebrates “individuals and organizations whose work reflects the values and spirit of those who served our country during the World War II years.” Each year The National WWII Museum honors people who inspire others through…
The “Crimestoppers Awards Luncheon” honored individuals in law enforcement and those committed to a safer region.
If you talk to anyone about why they’re most proud of New Orleans, they’ll probably mention our National WWII Museum! We are so proud to present the 2018 “American Spirit Awards” presented by The National WWII Museum, which will be…
The Alliance Française raised a glass to Honoree Nell Nolan Young.
Owner, Elizabeth Riggs Dentistry
“She was able to thrive with other students and improve her presentation skill.” “His experience helped enhance his academic knowledge and also his social relationships.” “He was full of questions and anxious to learn about all the lessons and recreation…
NCJW New Orleans hosted a fun evening to engage the community.
Thomas Harris Jr., Vice President of Pediatrics at Ochsner Hospital for Children, accepts a check from Trey Edwards, Regional Vice President of Winn-Dixie, on behalf of the Ochsner Hospital for Children. Dayja Davis, a liver and transplant survivor was invited…
The latest kid-friendly expansions at Audubon Zoo
Temple Sinai honored the Benjamins, Haspels and Steegs for their community activism.
Rania Khodr, Country Day Headmaster Matt Neely and Kim Abramson attended Country Day’s “City Nights” annual fundraiser in March. This year’s theme was “Hollywood Nights” and the event benefited the school’s Parents’ Association. John and Kathleen Kazour shared a smile…
From art workshops at NOMA and visits to the Audubon Zoo, to streetcar rides to scoop up sweet treats, the summertime scene for kids in the Crescent City is a true playground. Dress up your littles in outfits and accessories that will have them looking stylish throughout the sunny season.
Creativity abounded at the annual “Mad Hatters Luncheon” in support of the Opera Guild Association.
Through June 3 All the Way This play vividly depicts the tumultuous first year of Lyndon Baines Johnson’s presidency, when he threw himself into the passage of the Civil Rights Act while campaigning for his own re-election. Loyola University Marquette…
Lead Cook Clarence Polk shares Riccobono’s Peppermill’s Shrimp With Artichoke Hearts, Mushrooms and Sundried Tomatoes
The French Quarter Festivals marked its 35th year with a benefit and tribute to the late Fats Domino. The gala took place at New Orleans’ oldest restaurant, Antoine’s, and featured a full dinner menu and an open bar courtesy of…
The story of L'Escale
Going bonkers over a new Uptown destination
Busy, busy, busy – that’s the New Orleans social season. There are plenty of parties in town to match everyone’s interests and passions.
“Art in Bloom” was bursting with fantastic floral arrangements in celebration of the season.
Whether they’re eyes-wide 4-year-olds or too-cool-for-school pre-teens, kids and adolescents pack a lot of energy in their young minds and bodies. And when summer hits, that energy needs spending! Parents across New Orleans are fortunate to live in a city…
YEP hosted a street festival benefit with local music, entertainment, food and drink for all.
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