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St. Charles Avenue June 2010

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Havana Nights

The Legacy Donor Foundation’s annual Soul Revival channels 1940s Tropicana glamour.

Flapper-gasted

The Roaring Twenties came to New Orleans for the New Orleans Opera Association’s Great Gatsby Opera Ball.

The Blooms are Always Greener…

Art In Bloom celebrates its 22nd year.

Jump for Your Love

27 years of preservation is celebrated at Julia Jump.

Tour de Kitchen

The Junior League fêtes its Kitchen Tours with a Kick-Off Party.

Taste Test

Nine years of Taste of the Town is celebrated.

Sweet Relief

Feed the Relief hosts a jazzy fundraiser.

Fashionable Tastes

Dress For Success promotes its mission through an annual luncheon.

Bridging the Gap

Cochon Cotillion: Promoting hope through fancy dress.

Climbing to the Top

25 years of encouraging children to read.

The Mini Mix

Stylish separates for play dates, parties, playgrounds and beyond!

Pooches Gracias

From doggie daycare and grooming to adoption and health care, here are the best ways to pamper your pet.

On the cover

At this year’s Young Aspirations/Young Artists fundraiser, young artists from area schools are encouraging patrons to “Just Say YA/YA!” – and put good use to their dollars. “Just Say YA/YA,” the organization’s 2nd annual fundraiser, will feature hand painted chairs by YA/YA artists, as well as other pieces the students have been working on throughout […]

Kids Gifts

Lil’ Attitudes701 Metairie Rd. | 304-6829Stephen & Joseph gifts are great travel accessories for a trip to the beach, afternoon at the zoo or an overnight stay at Grandma’s with the sippy-cup Bottle Buddy, zip-up Tiny Tote, and the bear Buddy Bag.  Reef flip-flops are also a great gift available for both boys & girls!

Bowling –Huray

Lauren Elise Bowling and close friend Sarah Watson Ofner saw John Matthew Hurray around Dallas and wondered if he was a mutual friend’s older brother. In October 2004, Lauren and Sarah approached Matt asking: “Hey! Are you Christian’s brother?” This wasn’t the opening line that Matt expected. Even though Lauren and Matt had both attended […]

Party Like an Animal

Robert Kerrigan’s barnyard birthday.

Amy Coulter Schully

“Activism is not academic, and yet I feel as though it teaches me the most about how to be the best person I can be, not the best student in the classroom,” says Amy Coulter Schully, an incoming junior at Country Day for the 2010-’11 school year. Schully is involved in every possible school organization […]

Pound of Prevention

A few extra minutes a day keeps the doctor away.

Bringing Back Bolivar

New Orleans’ Garden of the Americas gets a facelift.

A Need for Seafood

When facing a disaster, be sure to eat your favorites!

Shrimp Snacking

Mesón 923 and Executive Chef Chris Lynch keep it cool for summer.

All Aboard Beauty

11 tips and tricks for travel.

Father’s Day

While Fathers may know best, they usually spend their time and efforts caring for their families and often putting themselves last. Dads not only made sure we had new cleats for soccer; they spent hours in the backyard helping us master our game. They made sure we had gas in our cars, and they also […]

Along the Avenue

Dodging raindrops and Jazz Fest crowds, April seemed a month when chefs became saints and everyone came out in droves to applaud their efforts (and eat their treats). Tip your cap to Chef Emeril Lagasse. Not only did he opt to personally host his “Sunday at Emeril’s XV” for the Louisiana State University Health Sciences […]

A note from Bev

This June, we’re featuring one of my favorite causes on our cover: Young Aspirations/Young Artists! The second annual “Just Say YA/YA” event will take place Thursday, July 22 at the brand new The 12 Bar on 608 St. Peters St., in the Warehouse District. As you can see, I’m one of the co-chairs, along with […]

Summer Bridal Show – June 14, 5-8 PM