Brother Martin High School
St. Charles Avenue - May 2016
Outfitting women for their futures
Louisiana Appleseed recognized seven locals for their dedication to social justice initiatives.
YLC Kicks, Project Leader
May is one of my favorite months in St. Charles Avenue magazine. From seeing the birds, dresses and white linen suits on our cover for the "Whitney Zoo-To-Do;" to great Mother's Day gift ideas for all the moms in your…
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society hosted a pre-party to their annual regatta fundraiser.
WITH THIS RING
We are thrilled to feature the “Whitney Zoo-To-Do” on our cover this month! As you all probably know, it’s the largest non-medical fundraiser in the city, and this year the proceeds will go to restoring the Tropical Bird House. Thanks…
The New Orleans Ballet Theatre raised funds for programs and performances.
After graduating from Newcomb as a theatre major, Dorothy “Dot” Rosen was asked to work at Air Weather Service as a meteorologist. A year later, she went back to Newcomb to persue her masters in Social Work when she met…
The Audubon Nature Institute strives to celebrate the wonders of nature by providing a fun venue for family entertainment and educating the community on how to be environmental guardians. On May 6, the Institute will be hosting its annual…
The Robb Mansion
Nine local experts help – from head to toe
WYES transports guests to “Downton Abbey” again for their “Going Out In Style Gala.”
Bill and Mary Hines open their home and their hearts to Second Harvest
The “2016 Sugarplum Ball” will fund a new Heart Catheterization Lab at Children’s Hospital.
Eclectic Home 8211 Oak Street (504) 866-6654 \ EclecticHome.net At Eclectic Home, they believe good design looks as though it evolved over time and should have a collection of furnishings that represent a cohesive…
Extravagant breakfast meets limitless lunch
“Lark in the Park” benefited the expansion of the New Orleans Botanical Garden Conservatory.
Finding a new favorite
The “Go Red for Women” movement encourages local women to take charge of their heart health.
Neil McClure, of the newly relocated McClure’s Barbecue, shares his Barbecue Jambalaya
The Contemporary Arts Center’s “SweetArts” is a throwback to its founding decade.
Owner, St. Romain Interiors
This annual luncheon honored local heroes committed to a safer city.
Owner, Eclectic Home