St. Charles Avenue - September 2010

Young – Capomazza di Campolattaro

Toni Michelle Young and Stefano De Ruggero Capomazza di Campolattaro met through a mutual friend the summer before Hurricane Katrina. The two sat at a table while they were out on the town and talked like they had known each…

Fall Fashion Accessories

Finally, the hot, humid days of summer might be coming to a close. The seasons are changing (in more ways than one!) and with autumn quickly approaching, it’s important to note the change in fashion seasons as well. Put away…

Life’s a Beach

The Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation held it’s annual outdoor festival for the coast.

Along the Avenue

The marking of the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina continues in traditional ways – art exhibits, concerts and gatherings profane and sacred – and surprisingly familiar, including second-line parades. It has been an extraordinary journey from the shock and horror…

Veritably Vogue

We take a sneak peek at the styles of these five fashionable New Orleanians.

Helping Hands

“Guardian Angels” fêted at the Project Lazarus Annual Dinner.

Megha Fernandes

“I’ve gained a sense of fulfillment from my activism by knowing that the work I’m doing is motivating students in my school, and at the same time is helping students across the world,” says Megha Fernandes, a junior at Benjamin…

On a Mission

The Mission Possible Gala promotes healing locally and abroad.

Light in June

The Pirate’s Alley Faulkner Society held Juleps in June to benefit projects for its writers and readers.

On the cover

On Saturday, October 9, step into a scene of bluebonnets with the Ogden Museum of Southern Art’s annual O What a Night Gala. Co-chairs Michelle Ogden and Grace Kaynor, as well as T.G. Solomon – who with the Solomon family…

They Did It!

The National World War II Museum celebrates the legacy of women.

A note from Bev

We have neared the end of summer and once again, it’s time for the Ogden Museum of Southern Art’s O What a Night Gala! Thank you to co-chairs Michelle Ogden and Grace Kaynor, as well as to T.G. Solomon for…