Arriving Mardi Gras morning, 1950, at 7 a.m. by private train car, His Royal Highness, Edward, Duke of Windsor, and his wife, Wallis, Duchess of Windsor, were taken first to the St. Charles Hotel to settle in and then began what many of us are familiar with on Mardi Gras: a very long day of […]
28th annual “Signature Chefs Auction” benefits the March of Dimes Foundation.
Fifth annual “Uncork the Cure” raises funds for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
Longue Vue House and Gardens’ “Essence of Style Design Symposium” features Mario Buatta.
“STAIR Affair” uses an Alice in Wonderland theme to advance literacy in public schools.
Tulane University sets an event fundraising record with “Helluva Hullabaloo Auction.”
18th annual “Poydras Home Art Show” raises $103,000 for a new wellness and therapy center.
LCEF toasts state culture with “LA Fête Louisiane.”
Top entrepreneurs under age 40 honored as “Rising Stars” by Junior Achievement.
“Cocktails for KID smART” celebrates its 10th anniversary in record-setting style.
The Emeril Lagasse Foundation’s signature fundraiser generates $2.2 million in a weekend.
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Celebrating all things wine, the annual spring fundraiser “Amazing Grapes” is hosted by the Hermann-Grima + Gallier Historic Houses. This event helps to sustain its educational programming; these programs are tailored to the individual classroom curriculum of each school and offer uncommon perspectives on the diversity of life in 19th-century New Orleans. Executive director Mamie […]
In 2008, Laura Anne Bland and Lee Davidson McLean IV both went to Fat Harry’s to catch the Saint’s game – the two had never met but were pleasantly surprised to find out they had many mutual friends. That evening, Lee gave Laura a ride back to her house and asked if he could call […]
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Food + Drink
February has the makings for some very special occasion moments. Between Mardi Gras and Valentine’s Day (only two days, actually), you’ll probably be in need of some dining recommendations, and if chefs Kristin Butterworth and Brian McGeehee have anything to do with it, you’ll gain a new passion for dining in New Orleans. Maybe it’s […]
Food + Drink
Crispy Eggplant with Basil Ricotta and Smoked Tomato Crawfish Sauce Recipe
Magazines flood us with information on “the best” mascaras, but what works for some may not work for others – I can’t stress enough the importance of finding what works for you. To make it easier to get the most out of any mascara I have 10 great tips for fabulous lashes in 2013: 1: […]
Six degrees of separation is defined as: the idea that everyone is approximately six or fewer steps away, by way of introduction, from any other person in the world. I thought of this theory after socializing over the holidays. We all play the “name game” as a conversation tool when meeting someone new. If you […]
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Amazing Grapes, the fabulous spring fundraiser for Hermann-Grima and Gallier Historic Houses is March 1 and you don’t want to miss it! We are so excited to have executive director Mamie Gasperecz, co-chairs Holt Kolb and Cara Ogg, Barry Wiss representing Trinchero Family Estates and Keith de la Gardelle, regional manager of the Trincero Family […]