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St. Charles Avenue December 2010

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People Watching

New Orleans Magazine’s 2010 People to Watch.

Luxury Gift Guide

Every winter wardrobe needs a little sparkle. These earrings from Alexis Bittar’s Miss Havisham collection adds a cool winter shimmer to a holiday outfit. The pewter, ice blue and cream colors make the perfect accessory for this time of year. Angelique Shoe, 7725 Maple St., 891-8992 This holiday season, one of the best gifts you […]

A Low Key Holiday

Celebrate – the kids are cooking!

Gifts That Give Back

With the holiday season upon us, everyone is looking for those perfect gifts. For philanthropic-minded friends and family, the perfect gift is one that not only benefits them, but also helps contribute to a good cause – especially locally. These charitable gift ideas are the best of both worlds: They’re gifts anyone would love, and […]

Levy – Neustadter

In January of 2007, Lauren Rachelle Levy, then an executive at Miramax, read a script that changed her life. The script was already in development at Fox Searchlight but, even if she couldn’t make the movie, she was eager to meet its writer, Scott Neustadter. By the end of their first meeting, Scott had developed […]

Grace Heidel

A senior at Academy of the Sacred Heart, Grace Heidel enjoys spending her free time volunteering at Ozanam Inn, Kingsley House and October Rebuild. Heidel was able to attend a trip to Poughkeepsie, N.Y., to work on Sprout Creek Farm with about 20 girls from around the globe. She also traveled to Omaha, Neb., to […]

Body Jealousy

Can yoga really make you look like Jennifer Aniston?

Caring for Life

Lambeth House celebrates “On Broadway.”

“Guilding” Lights

Local philanthropists are honored by St. Elizabeth’s Guild.

Baby Mine

Touro celebrates the place “where babies come from.”

Moonlight Serenade

The New Orleans Botanical Garden hosts its inaugural event.

On the Cover

Daniel Price’s two major passions in his life were art and music. It is fitting that “Home for the Holidays,” a night of spectacular music and art, benefits the Daniel Price Memorial Fund for Aspiring Artists. The fund provides scholarships to “outstanding visual arts and music students” at New Orleans Center for Creative Arts (of […]

Keyed Up

Saks Fifth Avenue hosts Key to the Cure, benefiting cancer research.

Have a Hullabaloo!

Tulane University raises funds for its student-athletes.

Top Ten

Family Service of Greater New Orleans honors civic service.

Carnivale Against Crime

Crimestoppers hosts its premier fundraiser, a Carnivale for a cause.

O What a Night

The Ogden Museum celebrates Southern art in its popular annual gala.

The Perfect Réveillon

An imaginary evening presents 12 amazing options.

Comfort Food for Chefs

Chef Josh Laskay raises pizza to an art form.

Holiday Glamour

Try a new look for the season

Along the Avenue

It seems a nanosecond from Le Debut to the Debutante Club’s Presentation, but now, members of that pretty coterie await December – when their calendars really get crowded. It isn’t just the Deb Set that have kept the social wheels turning; museum supporters, preservationists and cheerleaders have been busy – very busy. “O What a […]

A note from Bev

We are so Proud to present our December issue, highlighting “Home for the Holidays,” which benefits The New Orleans Center for Creative Arts and the Daniel Price Memorial Fund for Aspiring Artists. For all of you who knew Daniel, and his love for art and music, you know how fitting it is that the fund […]

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