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St. Charles Avenue January 2010

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Houses with History

Supporters come out in style for Hermann-Grima/Gallier Historic Houses.

Wish Upon NOMA’s Star

Odyssey Ball 2009 celebrates “Dreams Come True.”

Lower Garden District Dining

A restaurant for every taste.

Moving Beyond All Boundaries

The National World War II Museum fêtes its expansion.

Moving Fore-ward!

[gtx_gallery] With proceeds from the annual event benefiting more than 40 area children’s charities, the Fore!Kids 10th Annual Golf Ball was a resounding success when it was held at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside. Presented by Ochsner Clinic Foundation, more than 400 patrons came out on October 30, clad in their best cocktail attire, to […]

Activist Adoration

St. Charles Avenue honors its Activists of the Year.

A City of Stars

Junior Achievement of Greater New Orleans celebrates its Rising Stars.

Prevailing Portraits

Poydras Home’s Art Show celebrates 15 years.

Wonderful Waves

Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation strives to “Save Our Lake & Coast.”

Smart Through Art

Cocktails for KID smART celebrates 10 years.

A Seated Spectacular

Nina and Ken Friend invite us to their table for a special dinner.

A New You for the New Year

A guide to health, beauty and fitness.

Coaches and Café Brulot

Sugar Bowl traditions reflect New Orleans’ character.

Italian, By Hand

Chef Joshua Smith of Adolfo Garcia’s newest restaurant, A Mano, shares its Orecchiette Pugliese.

Your Transitional Wardrobe: Key Pieces

Not every trend is for every body, but the key to impeccable personal style is starting with a solid foundation and building from there. Dr. Deirdre Hooper’s “Girly Casual Chic” style is exemplary of the kind of pieces that can carry you seamlessly through the season and beyond, no matter what the trend. Get her […]

Bonding with New Orleans

Saks and Bond No. 9 team up to create a special fragrance.

Along the Avenue

They put on their party clothes, got out and danced, sang, cheered and made merry! You can’t say folks in and around the city, on the South and North Shores, haven’t been doing their bit for the economy! And now it’s Super Bowl time and the Carnival season has begun, so our wacky, wonderful world […]

A note from Bev

We are thrilled to feature Soul Revival 2010 on the cover this month even though the party is on March 27; we’re just getting you ready for a great event a little early! Soul Revival was started in 1999 by David Voelker to raise awareness for organ and tissue donation through a fundraiser. It has […]

On the cover

The Legacy Donor Foundation exists in order to educate people about the importance of registering as organ and tissue donors. We all know how crucial it is to discuss our wishes for what happens to us after death with our loved ones – the more people learn about the significance of organ donation and register […]

Moran – Waskom

Marcail Virginia Moran and Thomas Richard Waskom can’t come to a full agreement on exactly when they first met, but Marcail says, “It’s romantic to feel like we’ve been in each other’s lives for so long that we almost can’t remember not knowing each other.” She maintains they met in the fall of 1999; Tom […]

Henry Hadden Creel

Gaining a sense of responsibility and dedication to the community might normally be something that comes with age, but 12-year-old Henry Hadden Creel, who attends Holy Name of Jesus School, is already making profound differences to improve the lives of others around him. The seventh grader’s volunteer work, which ranges from rebuilding houses to taking […]

Crucial Calories

Breakfast really is the most important meal.

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