St. Charles Avenue - October 2015

Home Decor

            Dunn & Sonnier Antiques • Flowers • Gifts 3433 Magazine Street (504) 524-3235 Beautiful vintage fern prints, inspired by the work of historic print makers. Matted and complemented with distressed, painted wood frames.  …


Travis Cleaver, Landscape Architect & Co-Owner and Demetria Christo, Biologist & Co-Owner

A Case of Mistaken Identity

We called ahead to say we would be arriving 10 minutes late for our 6:30 reservation at Vincent’s. A Friday night, people were already stacked three deep at the moodily lit bar, so we begrudgingly accepted the only open table:…

Perfectly Peared

Pastry chef Breanne Kostyk shares Ox Lot 9’s Poached Pear and Goat Cheese Tart With Figs and Red Wine Caramel

What’s Up

Climbing the walls at New Orleans Boulder Lounge

On the Cover

Event Chair Glenny Beahm and Board Member Carter Perrilliat, YAYA CEO Gene Menaray, YAYA Artist Ian Jackson and Jim Landis of Major Sponsor Landis Construction invite you to celebrate “Just Say YAYA” (Young Aspirations/Young Artists) on November 13, 6:30-11 p.m.,…

October Snapshots

              Jack Leahy, Beth James, Scott James and Greg Morey are pictured at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art’s annual “Soirée” on April 16 at the beautiful home of Tia and James Roddy.  

Advancing the Arts

A night of food and entertainment to support the mission of The NOCCA Institute.

Matters of the Heart

The American Heart Association hosted a grand gala to fundraise for cardiovascular wellness.

Curtain Call

The “Opening Night Party” raised awareness for the Shakespeare Festival at Tulane University.

Mint to Read

The Faulkner Society partnered with One Book One New Orleans to campaign for literacy and community.

Wining in Public

In its 22nd year, the New Orleans Wine & Food Experience fought hunger and supported culinary education.

Red is the New Black

Preservation Resource Center hosted a benefit for African-American heritage programs and Orleans Parish education.

Dressing the Part

Annual “Suits & Salads” luncheon raised funds to lift Dress for Success to new heights.