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St. Charles Avenue June 2014

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Cruisin' the Crescent

People flock to New Orleans to experience all sorts of things, such as jazz, food and cocktails, but we often forget one other gem New Orleans has to offer, and that’s our wide abundance of antiques. Though the street that most people associate with the French Quarter is Bourbon Street, just one street over is […]

30 Years of Care

The NO/Aids Task Force celebrated its 30th anniversary in style.

Delightful Donors

The Jewish Federation of Greater New Orleans’ “Goldring-Woldenberg Major Donor Dinner.”

Fighting for Flying Horses

Friends of City Park’s “Lark in the Park” held to restore the carousel.

Hail Fellows Well Met

The New Orleans Museum of Art celebrated its annual “Fellows Dinner.”

Travel Without Leaving Home

International pavilions at the 1984 Louisiana World’s Fair

Kids Gifts

The Crawfish Polo Onesie features our classic crawfish embroidery on 100% ringspun cotton jersey with ribbed collar and cuffs with reinforced 3-button snap closure. PERLIS Clothing. 6070 Magazine St., 895-8661 600 Decatur St., 523-6681 1281 N. Causeway Blvd., Mandeville, (985) 674-1711 8366 Jefferson Highway, Baton Rouge, (225) 926-5909 Perlis.com     14KYG Diamond Stud Earrings, […]

June Snapshots

                       

Teresa Devlin

Marketing Manager, The Historic New Orleans Collection

Jennifer Atkins

Co-owner, Angelique Baby

Lucy Tucker

Lusher Charter School

Kickboard

Founder and CEO, Jennifer Medbery

With This Ring:Tennison-Bush

In June 2008, Margaret “Margo” Marie Tennison and Curtis Anderson Bush met in Washington D.C. at a fundraising event for a mutual friend. He called her the next day to ask her out. Two weeks after meeting, he brought her to dinner and then to a popular Georgetown bar. They dated for the next few […]

Kids' Choice

    Today’s kids have fashion at their fingertips, and many have strong opinions about what they want to wear. With looks like these, all available locally, coming up with a look you can both agree on is a snap. Aztec printed maxi dress by Flowers by Zoe shown with Hudson denim vest and beaded […]

Congratulating the Cowens

The New Orleans chapter of the National Council of Jewish Women presented the “Hannah G. Solomon Award.”

Beachwear

Southern girls have to put up with a lot during the Crescent City’s sweltering summers; but all that means is that we’re pretty well-versed when it comes to beating the heat – and looking fabulous while doing so. Get inspired by these June looks for beachwear, and whether you’re jetting off down the Gulf Coast […]

Guided by the Light

“An Evening Benefitting Lighthouse Louisiana”

Summer in Seersucker

Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of men and women in this country, so we’re especially proud to feature the “Heart & Soul Gala” on the June cover. This year Dr. Gerry Cvitanovich will chair the event and thanks so much to our additional cover honorees: Deputy Director of Gretna Emergency Medical Services Ryan […]

Top 10 Summer Beauty Essentials

Everything you need to be your best – all under $50

A Very Merry Un-Birthday

The Women’s Guild of the New Orleans Opera Association celebrated its 30th “Mad Hatter’s Luncheon & Fashion Show.”

Beating Heart Disease

The American Heart Association’s “Go Red for Women Luncheon.”

Dedicated to Eskew's Memory

The Contemporary Arts Center’s “SweetArts 2014” honored New Orleans culture preservationists.

Ogling Alligators

Touring the Honey Island Swamp

Latin Rhythms

A plethora of Latin restaurants spice things up

Busting Out the Brussels

Chef Alon Shaya of Pizza Domenica's Brussels Sprout Salad

Summer Bridal Show – June 14, 5-8 PM