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St. Charles Avenue August 2012

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ACCESS Through Awareness

“A Sweet Soiree” for children with disabilities and their families.

Dining, Entertainment and Cocktails

          The Grill Room at The Windsor Court 300 Gravier Street | 504/523-6000 The finest seasonal selection from chef’s local fisherman, cooked to perfection with crispy skin set atop crawfish tails and local vegetables sautéed in a savory blend of herbs. Restaurant R’evolution at the Royal Sonesta Hotel 777 Bienville Street […]

Bev Entertaining: Boosting Baseball

How to survive summer baseball with Carollton Boosters

To Your Health: Why Women Need Weights

Dear guys, I tried various forms of weight training, like body pump, for years and I never saw any difference. Nowadays, I just stick to a daily morning run, as it seems to keep my weight in check. Problem is, I look flabby and have wobbly arms and legs. What am I doing wrong? Sally […]

New Orleans Nostalgia: Bridging the Gap

The Huey P. Long Bridge

Central and Chic

New fashion and old favorites make for great shopping adventures along Old Metairie’s main vein.


Charlotte Favrot Smallpage and John Paul Sapir knew each other in high school but did not connect until later on in their college careers. The two led different lives at the University of Alabama. However, they always seemed to run into each other, be it at a football game, a fraternity party or at the […]


After Mary Wyatt Hines attended a family friend’s 49th birthday costume party with good friend Kelsey Kiser, they went to their favorite local spot, Fat Harry’s, dressed as the Doublemint Gum twins. While at the bar, Mary Wyatt met Kerry Steven Milano Jr. for the first time. The two hit it off, and one of […]


Sarah Kathryn Hester was living in Charleston, S.C., when one of her friends invited her to attend a concert by an Elvis impersonator at a local venue. After the concert, a young woman, Liz Mayhew, asked if she was seeing anyone. Sarah replied that she was single. “That’s great! I have this really cute guy […]


Jennifer Leigh Hamilton and Brendan John Boler met at a happy hour in Arlington, Va., in 2010 where Brendan asked for Jennifer’s phone number. The two met up for lunch on the Georgetown Waterfront and Brendan showed up with a football in his hand. Jennifer had playfully mentioned that she knew how to throw a […]


Ashby Elizabeth Geary and Alexander Charles Navarro were originally introduced over 15 years ago through Scott Geary, Ashby’s cousin and one of Alexander’s best friends. It wasn’t until Labor Day 2008, when Ashby was living in Washington, D.C., and Alexander came to visit, that sparks began to fly. A few weeks later, Alexander asked Ashby […]


Catherine Aden Burka and Daniel Alan Wright met over 15 years ago in a small newsstand in Uptown New Orleans. Aden and Dan spent the summer eating Baskin Robbins, walking along the streetcar line and falling in love. Dan then moved to Idaho, Michigan and Washington, D.C., before finally coming back to New Orleans – […]


Louise Jahncke Acomb and Jack Leighton Smallpage met in 2002 at Louise’s Sacred Heart Sweet Sixteen party. After that night, the two became good friends and dated throughout the rest of high school and during their time at the University of Alabama. Over Labor Day weekend 2011, Louise and Jack were both in Pass Christian, […]

St. Charles Avenue's Weddings

At St. Charles Avenue magazine, we pride ourselves on celebrating life’s “big moments”: births, débuts and, most of all, weddings. In this, our ninth compendium, we’re proud to showcase seven local wedding that display everything New Orleans lends to one’s “big day” – whether a wedding is held here or not. We hope that if […]

Summering in Style

The Ogden Museum of Southern Art and the University of New Orleans celebrate eight years of “Sippin’ in Seersucker.”

On the Cover: August 2012

The Idea Village is a nonprofit organization with a mission to identify, support and retain entrepreneurial talent in New Orleans. It has provided direct support to over 1,798 New Orleans entrepreneurs. It generates more than $100 million in annual revenue and has created more than 2,000 jobs in the Greater New Orleans area over the […]

A Friendly Meal

The Kingsley House Foundation holds its third “Friendraising Luncheon.”

As You Like It

A “Season Preview Party” opens the 19th season of the Shakespeare Festival at Tulane University.

Empowering Achievement

“Business Hall of Fame” honors the spirit of entrepreneurship.

Hooray for Hollywood Volunteers

Bridge House/Grace House fêtes 17 years of “Women of Substance.”

Celebrating Catholic Community

Urusline Academy celebrates three historic moments of Catholic history.

Bravo for "A Moment in Time"

A one-time-only performance and a gala benefit the New Orleans Ballet Association.

Russian Revelry

The 2012 Opera Ball presented by the Women’s Guild and the Junior Committee of the New Orleans Opera Association.

A Gateway to Greatness

This year’s Whitney Zoo-To-Do raises funds for Cooper Plaza.

The Dish: Super Food

True pleasure cannot be found without conscience – that’s a phrase you’ll never hear from a Southerner, especially when it comes to food. Still, by the time August rolls around, the thought of eating a warm buttered biscuit is torturous. How does one enjoy the piping-hot cotton of it or welcome the butter dripping down the […]

On the Menu: A R'evolutionary Crawfish Pasta

Chefs John Folse and Rick Tramonto celebrate their new restaurant and share a recipe.

What's Hot: August 2012

Sports and Spirit

Skin Deep: Six Summer Solutions

The hot summer weather brings us so many awesome perks: spending time with your friends on the beach, hot summery nights and fun, adorable sundresses. However, sometimes we aren’t prepared for those heat-wave beauty blunders that put a damper on our summer fun. Below are some great ways to save yourself from six pesky little […]

Cruisin’ the Crescent – August 2012

New Orleans has many nicknames – Big Easy, Crescent City, N’awlins – but most recently we have been dubbed “Hollywood of the South.” If you live here I’m sure you’ve noticed the constant flow of movie trucks all around the city. It is incredible; they drive around with an entire movie set in a truck! […]

A Note from Bev

The Idea Village has gained national recognition, and we are so pleased to feature this entrepreneurial creator on our August cover! Thanks to co-founder and CEO of The Idea Village Tim Williamson; chairman of the board Bill Hines; vice-chair of the board David Darragh; co-founder of Cordina Frozen Cocktails Craig Cordes; and Jess Bialecki, co-founder […]

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