A lively fundraiser for The Children’s Hospital Family Housing Initiative transported guests to Monte Carlo.
Bridge House / Grace House celebrated its 60-year anniversary with the 21st annual “Cochon Cotillion.”
The Tulane University Freeman School of Business hosted a gala to recognize innovative endeavors.
The French Quarter Festival’s opening night gala benefited the city’s culture.
Women and Men of Fashion hosted a luncheon to benefit ballet and dance training in New Orleans.
“Jewish Roots of Past, Present & Future Gala” applauded JCRS leaders’ commitment to children.
National Council of Jewish Women, Greater New Orleans Section reached a major milestone.
The Ogden Museum of Southern Art’s largest gala, “O What A Night!” is an unparalleled celebration of Southern art, culture and cuisine. The glamorous black-tie event on Saturday, October 21, will highlight the important mission of the Ogden Museum: to broaden the knowledge, understanding, interpretation and appreciation of the visual arts and culture of the […]
Society + Culture
The Ogden Museum of Southern Art is a gem in our city and is known internationally as a repository for the most fabulous Southern artists and their creations. This year, the biggest gala for the museum, “O What A Night!” will be held Saturday, October 21, and will honor Pamela Joyner & The Joyner/Giuffrida Collection. […]
Weddings + Bride
Once again, St. Charles Avenue magazine is delighted to present you a curated selection of locals’ weddings for your enjoyment. Whether you’re in the midst of planning your own wedding, dreaming of one in the future or just like to view how people have celebrated their “big days,” you can find inspiration, beauty and the […]