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St. Charles Avenue April 2009

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Student Activist: Stanford Rosenthal

For Stanford Rosenthal, community service and advocacy is certainly a family affair. The Isidore Newman School senior became involved with New Orleans recovery shortly after Hurricane Katrina with his mother, Sandy, who runs Levees.org. He also designed and launched sibling sites of the original organization, AreWeAtRisk.org and TheKatrinaMyth.org. At his own school, he founded two […]

Hot Wheels

Meals on Wheels raises money and fêtes its initiator.

Inspiring Aspiring Artists

Home for the Holidays 2008 honors a lost talent.

Carrying the Torch

Anti-Defamation League of New Orleans bestows its awards.

Joyeux Noël

Annual Fête de Noël for the Ladies Leukemia League.

Uncork the fun!

An evening of Hollywood glam for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

Centennial Celebration

Opening night celebration for “From Tramps to Kings: 100 Years of Zulu” at the Louisiana State Museum.

Technicolor Triumph

22nd annual Art Against Aids gala.

Haute Holiday Homes

33rd annual Holiday Home Tour.

Debut To-Do

St. Charles Avenue’s New Look Launch.

Striking a Chord

LPO and NOBA fête the opening of the Mahalia Jackson Theatre of the Performing Arts.

April Snapshots

Snapshots from around town...

When in Rome

Roman Candy is one of New Orleans’ staple treats.

Weighing the Issue

Learning to lift weights properly.

Romney – Cazes Wedding

Erin Romney and Jonathan Hunter Cazes, who goes by Hunter, met in one of the cutest ways possible: a blind date. Their mutual friend, Dathel Georges, made the comment that the two should meet, and upon hearing this Hunter wasted no time. A coffee date was set the same day and after one cup Hunter […]

Kock – Montgomery Vintage Wedding

Anne Cameron Kock to George Ransdell Montgomery, April 15, 1950

Arts Council of New Orleans 2009 Community Arts Awards

Keeping with a tradition started in 1977, the Arts Council of New Orleans is honoring those individuals, organizations and corporations that have contributed to the city’s arts in its annual Community Arts Awards. The 2009 awards recipients, like those in years past, were selected for artistic excellence, sustained contributions, unique achievements, perseverance and a deep […]

Seasoned for Springtime

Get outside and spend all day enjoying local spring menus.

Mortarboarding Off!

Find the perfect gift to send your grad off in style. By Lauren LaBorde

Summer Camps

Academy of the Sacred Heart Summer Camp• What makes Sacred Heart THE summer camp: VARIETY!!!  • Theater for boys and girls – Seussical, Jr. and A Year with Frog and Toad; Creative Hearts for boys and girls: art, computer, cooking, music, theater; Day Camp for girls:  swimming, inflatables, many weekly field trips, art, karaoke, and […]

Fresh Frocks

By Lisa TudorPhotographed by Theresa CassagneMakeup by Cat Wall Aschaffenburg Hair by Scott Reynaud of Jupiter SalonModel Elizabeth McNulty Photographed on location at Latrobe’s on Royal If your closet needs its own stimulus package, spring for one of these market-fresh frocks in flirty, feminine shapes and produce-worthy colors. About the set: Designed by architect Benjamin […]

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Hidden Treasures

New Orleans is full of hidden restaurants; here are a few favorites.

Masterly Maque Choux

Chef Chris Lusk adds the perfect seasoning for spring.

Shadow Box

A makeup artist shares her secret weapons.

Along the Avenue

It’s spring; it’s spring! The flowers are in bloom, Easter is on its way and it seems everyone is out and about, on the move and doing all sorts of springtime things. Spring fever is rampant. How else do you explain Louellen Berger encouraging son Ryan to get into a fight? Okay, it was held […]

On the Cover

Jean and Panya are the elephants in the room that everyone’s talking about. Not only are these Asiatic elephants this month’s star cover models, but they’re also the stars of this year’s Whitney Zoo-To-Do. Proceeds from the Audubon Zoo’s signature event (the biggest non-medical fundraiser in the U.S.), now in its 32nd year, will contribute […]

A Note from Bev

It is April and that means Jazz Fest and The Zoo-To-Do for Kids presented by Humana with the Whitney Zoo-To-Do following on May 1. We are all “in High Gear” for all of the great music and fun! Our cover features Audubon Zoo’s beloved elephants Jean (foreground) and Panya, because all of the proceeds go […]

Summer Bridal Show – June 14, 5-8 PM