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St. Charles Avenue November 2010

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Hillary Haspel

“I have learned – and continue to learn – the importance of community service, not only to those it directly affects, but also to the greater community,” says Hillary Haspel, a senior at Isidore Newman School. “I feel rewarded after every project I participate in, no matter how big or small,” she says when asked […]

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Home Furnishings

Bar Wars

Three toasts of the town

Grits and Greens

Chef Nathaniel Zimet of Boucherie brings a new crunch to an old favorite.

The Force of Fall

Updating your closet, and your destinations, for the season.

A note from Bev

We are so pleased to bring to you the United Way’s 2010 Alexis de Tocqueville Society Award Gala on our cover this month! Thanks so much to co-chairs Kim Sport and Barbara Turner Windhorst; Clancy Dubos, who will serve as Master of Ceremonies; board chairman Jose Suquet; and, most importantly, this year’s honoree, Bill Goldring. […]

On the Cover

Hats off to William Goldring, United Way’s 2010 Alexis de Tocqueville Society Award honoree! Each year, the Tocqueville Society “confers a single award upon a recipient who exemplifies the ideals of generosity and service to the Greater New Orleans community.” This year’s gala will take place Saturday, November 20, at the Roosevelt New Orleans Hotel […]

’Tis the Season

Changing weather brings new menus.

Star Shine

Nine smashing looks for your holiday celebrations

St. Charles Avenue’s Activists of the Year 2010

Gayle Benson | Tom Benson & Unsung Hero Robert Fogarty

O’Dwyer – Moring

Most engagements last months, and planning a wedding can become a time-consuming affair; but for Rachel Emma O’Dwyer and Devereux “Parker” Moring Jr., a two-week engagement was all the time they needed to organize their intimate wedding. Rachel and Parker had been family friends for a long time, and throughout the years they both saw […]

Playing It Safe

[gtx_gallery] New Orleanians gathered to promote safety – sexual safety, that is – on Thursday, October 7, for “Safe Sex in the Big Easy,” presented by Planned Parenthood of Louisiana and the Mississippi Delta. The event was held at the home of CeCe and Trevor Colhoun from 7 to 10 p.m. and featured cocktails and […]

One-Spot Wonder

A reader asks how to get rid of back fat.

The Carriage House Alone

What is left of the Campbell Mansion hints at its larger history.

Black and Gold for Giving

Sean Payton’s Play It Forward Foundation makes a difference.

… and Justice for All

The Pro Bono Project holds its 22nd annual fundraiser.

LOVE is All You Need

The New Orleans Museum of Art celebrates local artists and its renovations at a romantic garden party.

Welcoming the Arts with Open Arms

Overture to the Cultural Season hosts a gala to start off the season.


Le Petit Théâtre’s fundraiser gala kicks off its 95th season.

Star Search

Junior Achievement honors its 2010 Rising Stars.

Down on the Bayou

Jewish community nonprofits hold a fundraising fête at The National World War II Museum.

Dancing for the Stars

Jefferson Dollars for Scholars raises funds for public school students.

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