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St. Charles Avenue April 2010

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A Rockin’ Good Time

The Louisiana State Museum Foundation honors music legends.

Evening of Inspiration

Awards, speeches and more from the Jewish Federation of Greater New Orleans.

Oscar Who?

All gussied up for the American Red Cross Southeast Louisiana Chapter.

The Luck of the Irish

A St. Patrick’s Day-themed party is just the thing for Raintree Children and Family Services.

To the LightHouse

Fourth annual Spring Benefit aids the blind and visually impaired.

Thinking of the Children

St. Tammany Parish teams up with the Junior League of Greater Covington to build a museum.

A League of Their Own

The Junior League of New Orleans celebrates its 85th Anniversary Gala.

Have a Little Heart

The American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women Luncheon.

A Senior Moment

New Orleans High School Senior Girls Model The Latest In Spring Fashion

Toss Your Cap, Not Your Wallet

Great gift ideas for high school and college graduates.

Put Some Spring in Your Routine

Make smart decisions now to have your healthiest future. By Lilith Dorko

On the cover

The Audubon Zoo is getting ready to make a splash! Whitney Zoo-To-Do and Humana’s Zoo-To-Do for Kids are right around the corner, ready to celebrate the grand opening of Audubon’s Cool Zoo Splash Park, an exciting brand-new addition to the zoo – Audubon’s Splash Park will feature playgrounds with various waterslides and animal-themed fountains. Zoo-To-Do […]

Mel Leavitt

Mr. Television leaves his mark.

Spring into your new routine!

Keeping your body on its toes makes all the difference.

Bernard Sanchez Jr.

Although Bernard “Ben” William Sanchez Jr. is only a junior at Brother Martin High School, already he has made a great impact in many aspects of his community and the communities of others. For the past three years, Sanchez attended mission trips to one of the poorest Navajo regions in Arizona. The group stayed with […]

Balart -Michaels

After Anne “Annie” Randle Balart attended a bachelorette party in New York and Kenneth Wesley “Wes” Michaels attended a bachelor party in Pawley’s Island, S.C., the two crossed paths at Louis Armstrong Airport’s baggage claim. Wes struck up a conversation with Annie, and the two headed for the exit. When it was time for their […]

A Cake-Popping Good Time

Mary Lou and Bill Christovich’s 60th anniversary party.

Hog Wild

These restaurants will keep your savory side saucy.

Simply Delicious

Chef Donald Link of Herbsaint pares his spring menu down to fresh basics.

10 Must-Haves

Beauty basics that everyone should own.

What’s Hot

Accessories

Along the Avenue

The South Louisiana Sporting Clays Classic brings out the competitive spirit in gals and guys who like firing off at biodegradable clay pigeons. Started by former Rex Thomas Dugan Westfeldt and favorite cohort and wife Linda, the event benefits The Chartwell Center, which reaches out to children with autism. While the event is held annually […]

A note from Bev

We are honored to feature the Whitney Zoo-To-Do and the Humana Zoo-To-Do for Kids on our April cover so you’ll have lots of time to get your tickets early! Thanks so much to Chairman and CEO of Whitney National Bank John C. Hope III, Gala Chairwoman Libby Hoefer, President and CEO of the Audubon Nature […]

Summer Bridal Show – June 14, 5-8 PM