MARCH 1 The O-Mazing Race, benefiting Ogden Museum of Southern Art, 539-9616, www.ogdenmuseum.org 1 Jesuit’s Celebration 2008, benefit for Jesuit High School, 228-6172. 4 Mad Hatter’s Luncheon: “Call of the Wild,” benefiting the New Orleans Opera, 887-5563. 5 Celebrate Red Cross Month with the Hornets, 620-3154. 6 An Evening Benefiting the Lighthouse for the […]
St. Georges Episcopal School third graders Christian Barahona, Paxton Anderson, Mathilde Denegre, Andree Moss and Raymond Walker present a $5,000 check for the Red Cross – the most ever raised at this 10th annual Walk-a-thon – to Red Cross CEO Kay W. Wilkins and Red Cross communications coordinator and marketing director for the South East […]
Anyone serious about nutrition and fitness should understand the importance of a proper post-workout meal. Unfortunately, nutrition is the most neglected part of most fitness programs and yet it can make the most dramatic impact on obtaining your fitness goals. The post-workout meal is probably the most important meal of the day. So what is […]
As the population booms on the Northshore, boutiques of all kinds are opening their doors to cater to the growing number of shoppers. Residents of Mandeville, Covington and other St. Tammany towns can find just about everything they want on their side of the Causeway and people who live Uptown, in Metairie or elsewhere on […]
Clem Perschall, Linda Perschall, Courtney and Will, Julie Nalty and Lenny Nalty The wedding party, first row: Craig Alcon, Kristen Guarisco, Steve Schoenfeld and Jeff Morici; second row: John Williams, Heather Pickney and Andrew Farris; third row: Carrie Daigle, Stephanie Nalty, Ashley Perschall, Derek Dardes, Morlas Schoenfeld, Trip Perschall and Chuck Wallace; fourth row: Keith […]
You might call it an exquisite compromise. Anne Simms Pincus, a native of Charleston, wanted an old house with Pre-Revolutionary South Carolina charm.Her husband, Ron, wanted something new without the maintenance problems of historic residences. Fourteen years ago, amid the avant-garde manors of Lakeshore Drive, they built something to satisfy both of their hearts’ desires. […]
Madeline Price, Christopher Price, Steve Price, Kathy Price and Sarah Abbott Price Bill and Carolyn Oliver Stephanie Glass, Dr. Richard Levine and Jackson Knowles Patrick Sudderth and Tracy Price Sudderth with Steve and Ariene Price Sunday, Dec. 23, 2007, art aficionados gathered at the House of Blues (229 Decatur St.) in downtown New Orleans to […]
Alexis Robinson, Nancy Marsiglia and Anne Milling Leah Chase flanked by event co-chairs Ted and Leann Moses Jaymi Baum and Ina Davis Robin Kanner and Cheryl Teamer with Sherrie and Alan Goodman Arnold and Susan Fielkow with Cathy Glaser and event co-chair Bobby Garon Michael and Jill Botnick New Orleans City Council president Arnie Fielkow […]
Zach Smith, Celeste Marshall, Owen Murphy and Maja Georgiou Jennifer Shaw, Jeff Louviere and Vanessa Brown Steven Maklansky, Joshua Mann Pailet, Rick Hock and Kevin Longino Mae Lizama, Renée Allie and Rick Perez At the RC Bridge Lounge on Nov. 30th, an artistic affair, chaired by Zack Smith, took place as the New Orleans Photo […]
Anna Ellis, Allison Hescock, Christine Greenebaum and Shannon Carradine Camille Zander, Kathleen Ramsey and Wendy Joseph John Nieset, event co-chairs Holly Nieset and Virginia Barba, and Lee Barba Bob and Brenda Brown with Becca and Gregor Fox Barbara Beckman with Ken and Debbie Bortner Lori Paige, Mary Fitzpatrick and Allison Steinfeld For the 32nd year, […]
Joyce Coleman, Mike Jones, Dawn Zachman and Linda Sholtis Kathy Pastorek, Jeri Landry, Faye Young and co-chair Cynthia Aucoin JoAnn Bohm and Kathi Zimmerman Joy North, Priscilla Casey, Margaret Orr and Cissy Titlte Beth Hingle, Debbie Buchler, Janet Buchler and Paula Pizzaloto Phyllis Stacy, Mari Winn and Terri Kloor With a cocktail hour that began […]
Shannon Gunther, Weldon “Brother” Frommeyer and Yvette Stouse Jane Heidingsfelder with Scott and Sunny Duggins Odom and Mimi Heebe with Ellen and Cooper Manning Mike Putiak and Kristie Marino with Molly and Dr. Charlie Silva Nicolas Perkin and Suzanne Alford with Karen and Christian Blessey Kathy Carmouche, Mark Preston and Tina Andrews Friday, Dec. 7 […]
Bob Stellingworth, event chair Elizabeth Boh, Frank Glaviano Sr. and Jim Hoskins Sam Palumbo, New Orleans Police Chief Warren Riley and Kevin Boswell John Casbon, Henry Kothmann, Jack Sands and Carl Mixon Heidi Unter and Soledad O’Brien King Logan, Gayle Poole and Anthony Cannatella Sr. The New Orleans Police and Justice Foundation held their biggest […]
Event co-chairs Ginny Wirth and Caroline Christy Erin Luetkemeier, Adam Wirth, Gwathmey Gomila and Dana Hansel Laura Politz, Carolyn Elder and Mary Schmidt Carla Thomas, Jennifer Banquer and Lynn Alline Holly Dalferes, Ryan Berg and Emily del Corral Katie McCloskey and Yancey Jones The Junior League of New Orleans held an exciting fundraiser filled with […]
John Firmin, John Larrouquette, Erin Beech and Buzzy Gaiennie Dennis O’Hara, Jeri Wheeler and Ronnie Virgits Wayne Olivia, Darlene Wapegan, Arlene Rome, Madelyn Truxillo and Brian McDonald Mike and Lynn Morris Tiffany Truxillo and Else Pedersen-Wasson Barbara Gaiennie, Bill Nelson and Anna Alford Nelson The Bridge House celebrated its 50th Anniversary on Saturday, Nov. 24 […]
Appetizers: Eggplant and Roasted Tomato Tarte Tatin Entree: Seared Duck Breastwith an apple bacon potato hash, brussels sprouts and an apple cider reduction Dessert: Meyer Lemon Filled Doughnutwith clotted cream Seared Duck Breast with Apple Bacon Potato Hash, Brussels Sprouts and an Apple Cider Reduction 4 Duck breasts, 6-7 oz 4 oz duck sauce4 oz […]
Spring has sprung in New Orleans and thoughts are turning away from the office and towards the beautiful, sunny weather outside. For the seasoned gardener, this means time to start thinking about how to cultivate a stunning landscape. There are many options for outdoor décor but these items can provide all the flower power you […]
One of 12 centerpieces created for Samantha and Harden’s rehearsal dinner. Samantha’s chosen flowers in buckets; prepped and ready to be arranged. Chair-back bouquets for the couple with their names written with gold pen. Samantha rushes into the kitchen to give Chef Bobby a flashlight so he can keep cooking! The incredible staff held flashlights […]
What an appropriate name for the Preservation Resource Center’s Fabulous Fundraiser: “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood.” Thanks to our cover models who promise that on April 4th, you’ll be dazzled at the Ritz Carlton! Thanks to co-chairs Julia Habetz and Kendall Hales, auction co-chairs Odette Rouseau and Nini Scriber and PRC Board President Bob Brown. […]
When you find the perfect house, you just know. That’s what happened to Ken Foster, owner of the home you see above, pictured above in the background with one of his cover dogs and author of The Dogs Who Found Me: What I’ve learned from pets who were left behind and others. He lucked out […]
Your guide to the dining, entertainment, lifestyle, culture and people of New Orleans from the trusted editors of New Orleans Magazine, New Orleans Home, New Orleans Bride, and St. Charles Avenue.
8 SweetArts – “Paper Scissors Rockstar,” benefiting the Contemporary Arts Center, 528-3800, www.cacno.org
8 Fete Francaise – “Vive Les Arts,” benefit for Ecole Bilingue de la Nouvelle Orleans, 896-4500.
8 Soul Revival, benefiting the Legacy Donor Foundation, 220-8949.
10 12th Annual Save Our Lake Golf Classic, benefit for Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation, 836-7281.
13 10th Annual Celebrity Waiters’ Luncheon, benefit for Archbishop Shaw High School,
13-16 Friends of Jefferson Public Library “Big Book Sale,” benefit for Jefferson Public Library, 455-2665.
14 Lark in the Park, benefit for the restoration of Storyland in City Park, 483-9376.
15 Pops Concert: Tigers Salute the Crecsent City, benefit for Holy Cross School, 250-0638.
15 Gator Run One-Mile and 5K Run/Walk, benefit for Holy Name of Jesus School, 861-9709.
16 Chef Soiree, benefit for CASA and the Youth Service Bureau of St. Tammany, (985) 893-2570, www.chefsoiree.com
18 Go Red for Women Luncheon, benefit for cardiovascular disease research and education, 830-2300.
24-30 Zurich Classic of New Orleans, benefiting the Fore!Kids Foundation, 342-3000.
26-30 Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival, benefiting the Tennessee Williams Literary Foundation, 581-1144, www.tennesseewilliams.net
28 A Party Named Desire, benefiting Desire NOLA’s grant and business development programs for locally owned small businesses, 251-3058, www.desirenola.org
29 23rd Annual Ochsner Run, benefit for Ochsner Clinic, 842-7115.