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St. Charles Avenue March 2012

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Essentially Entertaining

12 pieces to create the perfect atmosphere

Embracing the World

The Ozanam Inn celebrates patron contributions.

Giving Thanks

The Association of Fundraising Professionals recognized their own.

On the Cover

Jump into fun at this year’s 35th annual “Julia Jump” fundraiser. The Preservation Resource Center’s premier fundraiser, one of the oldest fundraisers in the city of New Orleans, will take place on Friday, March 23, at a more-than-appropriate historical venue, the French Market (entrance on Barracks Street) at 1200 North Peters St. in the French […]

Skin Deep: Chew On This Revolution

Better teeth through chocolate chemistry

Cruisin’ the Crescent

Every year here in the greater New Orleans area we have more than 100 Mardi Gras monarchs. Although they have different personalities, all have one thing in common: They are all New Orleans Royalty. As we know well, no two monarchs are alike; that’s one of the many things that make New Orleans Carnival so […]

Pearls of the Caribbean

New Orleans Hispanic Heritage Foundation celebrates.

No Catalogs Necessary

New Orleans shoppers enjoy a world of fashion Along the six miles of Magazine Street.

New Orleans Nostalgia: Luck of the Irish

The tradition of the Irish Channel St. Patrick’s Day parade.

To Your Health: Waisted Worry

Dear Guys, As I’ve grown older, I seem to have lost my waist. I used to enjoy wearing belts and dresses that showed off my waistline. But, in recent years I’ve put on a few pounds and lost my “in-and-out” figure. What is the best way to start working out and get the right curves […]

St. Patrick's Day

Judy At The Rink Milano Gina Tote C. Collection Green chiffon C. Luce embroidered top Salu Leprechaun Lemonade Orient Expressed St. Patrick’s Day decor Bremermann Designs Christopher Spitzmiller “Gregory Lamp” FeBe Joie silk stripe top, Joe’s Jeans, and Sennod vignette & chain necklaces Eclectic Home Clover Shaped Petit Side Table Old.New.Blue Earrings by Azaara of […]

Serving Saints

Celebrity waiters raise money for substance-abuse programs.

A Spirited Good Time!

Save Our Cemeteries hosts its annual masked cocktail gala.

Serving Up a Memorable Evening

The A’s & Aces host their fourth annual gala.

Celebrating the Stars

Local entrepreneurs honored at Junior Achievement’s 9th annual “City Stars Soirée.”

Here’s To 100 Years

The New Orleans Museum of Art celebrates its centennial at the “Odyssey Ball.”

What's Hot: Home Décor

Spring-cleaning often sparks the need for revitalization, reorganization and redecoration. This month’s featured home décor pieces are sure to fully rejuvenate your home just in time for spring.

On the Menu: Serving Seafood

Executive chef and co-owner Tenney Flynn of GW Fins shares his Sautéed American Red Snapper With Crawfish, Spoonbread and Corn Butter Sauce

A Note from Bev

The Preservation Resource Center’s Julia Jump is 35 – wow! You won’t want to miss this incredible event featuring entertainment by Deacon John and the Ivories. Thanks so much to our cover models: the ever-fabulous Deacon John Moore, co-chairs Mandi Frischhertz and Carol Starr and PRC president Anne Redd. This year the gala will be at […]

Student Activist: Lindsay Lanaux

Louise S. McGehee High School

Vintage Wedding: Mary Holmes Weds McDonald Stephens

Mary Holmes was attending Newcomb Art School when she met McDonald Stephens, who had transferred from Washington and Lee University to Tulane University for ROTC. They went on a blind date set up by well-intentioned cousins, and that was it! They dated for two years, then McDonald decided to drive all night and day to […]

Be Better Off Than You Are

Three Jewish nonprofits celebrate “Swingin’ On a Star Soirée.”

Wining for a Cause

The 7th annual “Carnivale du Vin” raised funds for The Emeril Lagasse Foundation.

With this Ring: LeCorgne – Schaefer

Soon after Anna Grace LeCorgne moved back to her hometown of New Orleans from New York City in April 2008, she decided to train for a half marathon. Her friend at work (and future bridesmaid) convinced Anna to join her gym, Simply Fit, which happened to be the same gym where Wallace “Wes” Emile Schaefer […]

The Dish: Spring Cleaning

Starting with your best fork forward

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