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St. Charles Avenue June 2009

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Where the wild things are

Quirky and individual clothes for your imaginative little one.

In Tune with Responsibility

Youth Service Bureau’s Chef Soirée 2009.

A Light in the Dark

Lighthouse for the Blind celebrates its third annual benefit.

Luck of the Irish

Raintree Children and Family Services’ raises funds on Fulton Street.

Fountain of Youth

Lark in the Park celebrates to restore Popp Fountain.

Jumping for Preservation

Preservation Resource Center of New Orleans’ 32nd annual Julia Jump.

We’re All Mad Here

New Orleans Opera Association’s Women’s Guild celebrates Mad Hatter’s Luncheon.

Seasonal Snacking

Crescent City Farmers Market releases a cookbook and promotes its nonprofit.

Kitchen Accomplished

Junior League of New Orleans celebrates its 2009 Kitchen Tour.

’Twas the Night Before…

Children’s Hospital celebrates its annual Sugarplum Ball.

Beneficial Blooms

21st annual Art in Bloom preview party.

Earling – Bright Vintage Wedding

Marion Earling weds Edgar J. Bright, May 8,1954

Dog Day Afternoons

Staycation ideas for your furry friends.

On the Cover

After forming in 2000, the Idea Village has pushed people to start entrepreneurial endeavors in New Orleans. This collective of professionals, MBAs and investors has helped over 255 business plans come into fruition. And this past April, the U.S. Commerce Department’s Economic Development Administration awarded Idea Village an $800,000 grant to bolster the nonprofit group’s […]

Fausset-Guma Wedding

New Orleans, it seems, follows you everywhere. Two people from New Orleans, in whatever city they’re in, eventually find each other and bond over their New Orleans roots. That is exactly what happened to Katherine Isabel Fausset and Matthew Everett Guma. While the two were each living in New York City, Andrea Morris, a childhood […]

Richer for Richard

Lena Richard shared her recipes and her love of food with New Orleans.

A Weighty Matter

Free weights or machines?

Student Activist: Peter Flores

Peter Flores’s list of accomplishments includes everything from doing volunteer work in the Appalachia, to studying film at the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts, to gaining acceptance to the University of Notre Dame for the fall. One might think all of that would make him a little conceited, but the Jesuit High School senior […]

We Got Spirit

Budget-friendly while luxe, Tales of the Cocktail serves dinner.

Cooking His Way to the Top

Bravo’s Top Chef 2009, Hosea Rosenberg, Executive Chef of Jax Fish House in Boulder, shares a stew while visiting New Orleans Wine and Food Experience.

Baby Yourself

Products meant for babies can do double duty for you too!

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Father's Day

Along the Avenue

May was a merry month, indeed. There were birthdays, graduations, festivals, concerts and all manner of celebrations from crawfish boils to crème-de-la-crème soirées.    Before the month began, both the Cabildo and The Historic New Orleans Collection threw open the doors of their courtyards so guests could enjoy music and libation under a star-filled night. […]

A Note from Bev

The Idea Village is an amazing nonprofit organization and we’re proud to present them on our cover this month. Thanks to writer Sally Forman, photographer Margaret Beer, immediate past chairman of the Board of Directors Merritt Lane and chairman of the Board of Directors Mark Romig for appearing on our cover! Trust Your Crazy Ideas […]

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