The Tulane A.B. Freeman School of Business honors two local entrepreneurs.
In the days of legalized segregation, the demand for “separate but equal” housing was met with the creation of Pontchartrain Park, the first subdivision in New Orleans designed exclusively for middle- to upper-class black residents. With encouragement from then-Mayor Chep Morrison, the city sold land to the New Orleans Lakeshore Land Company to be used […]
Dear Billy and Hudson, I am going away several times during the summer and every year the same thing happens to my workout routine: It completely disappears! I don’t know how to combine my vacations with exercise. Do you have any tips? A lot of our clients tell us they pack their workout clothes with […]
Tully Anne Forrester and Paul Ernst Jordan met in the winter of 2009-’10 when they joined up with a group of mutual friends to rent a ski house in Lake Tahoe for the season. They began as friends, with Tully giving Paul advice on how to woo a girl he was pursuing at the time. […]
Local experts offer suggestions and rising trends for those updating homes or starting fresh.
Some of New Orleans’ best spas and retreats for your much-needed pampering this summer.
The “Cochon Cotillion XVI” was held on Saturday, April 14, at Blaine Kern’s Mardi Gras World. The event celebrated The Krewe of Pork and Beads with their majesties King Bryan Batt and Queen Barbara Gaiennie. The cotillion, the “first Mardi Gras Ball of the 2013 season,” featured cuisine from many of New Orleans’ finest restaurants, […]
The Louisiana Children’s Museum has played a significant role in education and community outreach in New Orleans since its opening in 1986. With field trips, birthday parties and charity events, the museum has been enriching the lives of children and adults alike. Its core principles include reaching children at their most critical years of development, […]
LSUHSC Department of Psychiatry Advisory Board and the LSUHSC Foundation celebrate 17 years of fundraising.
For pastry chefs in New Orleans, innovation is ever on the rise, as witnessed in the creative and risky flavor pairings showing up in many a New Orleans restaurant. While sorbet – the refreshingly light frozen treat – used to be traditionally served between meals to cleanse the palate, lately you may have noticed a growing trend […]
Chef of City Greens Tim Bordes tosses up a watermelon and cucumber salad
Debutante Season – the time for white dresses and balls officially begins in August with announcements. However, the planning for the season occurs year-round and marks a young lady’s introduction to society. This monumental event requires the ideal gift for the always poised and ever eloquent southern lady. Whether practical or just truly special, these presents […]
Sunscreen is a no-brainer. Unfortunately, understanding the differences among brands is less clear. The FDA is now mandating that sunscreen manufacturers adhere to more stringent labeling requirements and more consistent claims about what a sunscreen can do, and what type of UV protection it offers. For instance, did you know that moisturizer or makeup with […]
During summer in New Orleans we switch from red wine to white and from dark suits to white linen, and everyone becomes moths to a flame when they feel an air conditioner close by. We are from New Orleans, and we’ve inherited this way of beating the heat. Where else can you find an apartment […]
Our cover this month features “CHAIRish the Children,” the Louisiana Children’s Museum’s largest fundraiser of the year. We are thrilled to feature cover models Board President Jennifer Couvillon with co-chairs Gina McMahon and Maria Huete and Mark Boucree, Vice President of Community Development Banking for title sponsor Capital One. The museum celebrates 14 years of […]