St. Charles Avenue - September 2009 08/31/2009 Site Staff FacebookTwitter With Flags FlyingThe National World War II Museum remembers, celebrates and honors. McEnery-BrownePatrick Walsh Browne III and Joan “Joanie” Blakemore McEnery met when they were “itty bitty,” the couple recalls, growing up in grade school together at Trinity Episcopal School. They parted ways when Joanie and her family moved away to Nashville,… Getting Down to BusinessEmbracing the spirit of entrepreneurship with the Business Hall of Fame. Nicole SimoneauxWith the beginning of her senior year already underway at St. Mary’s Dominican High School, Nicole Simoneaux has made her mark throughout her school community and New Orleans. Simoneaux is active in the local community by working and volunteering to… Go Long!NFL players serve brunch for Bridge House. Beating the PlateauChange up your routine to get the results you want. On the CoverNew Orleans and New York have a lot more in common than being historically rich cities with amazing entertainment and musical centers. Both cities’ culture will make an appearance together to help Touro Infirmary raise funds for the Touro Infirmary… Leaders in the LimelightThe March of Dimes spotlights single business professionals. September Snapshots A note from BevWe are pleased to announce the very first fundraiser for Touro Infirmary October 10, and you don’t want to miss it! Thanks so much to our cover models Jeri Nims, Odom Heebe, Bobby Bories and Nancy Bissinger. Touro is raising… Writers RejoiceThe Pirates Alley Faulkner Society honors Southern authors. The Boys are Back in TownThe Saints and the Superdome. Along the AvenueNew Orleans summers are hot, humid and uncomfortable, so lots of folks bagged the “stay-cation” idea and headed for different climates. Gretchen and Charlie Bosworth parked themselves in a cottage in the Poconos, where the mountain air required sweaters and… Two Decades of DedicationThe Lake Pontchartrain Foundation goes Back to the Beach. What’s HotAccessories Every Step CountsWalking the walk to support the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation. Radiant ReactionsThe art of exfoliation. All the World’ s a StageThe Shakespeare Festival at Tulane celebrates its sweet 16. Beeting the HeatChef Drew Dzejak of The Grill Room keeps things zesty as we head into fall. A Passion for PediatricsOchsner raises money for the littlest among us and their new Level III Regional Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Perfect CatchWith an embarrassment of riches when it comes to seafood, here are three tasty treats. Style Savoir FaireFive fashionable New Orleanians divulge their secrets and their causes. Soulful SoundsThe 2009 Heart and Soul gala raises funds and boogies down. Classy ClementineOgden’s “O What a Night” gala inspires entertaining through art.