The 15th “Mission Possible Gala” recognized outstanding volunteers and corporate sponsors of NOMMS.
St. Charles Avenue is pleased to host its fourth annual “Wine, Dine & Design” tablescapes event, presented by Bryan Subaru and IberiaBank, which features 26 extravagantly decorated tables created from the ground up by local retailers and designers. From linens and chair backs, to glassware and cutlery, each table will be a unique and elaborate […]
As most of you know, Renaissance Publishing LLC and St. Charles Avenue magazine have been supporting our wounded warriors and veterans at Bastion with our “Wine, Dine & Design” events, and we’re so proud of our cover for this year! This fourth annual event includes the Preview Party on Wednesday, October 11, 6-8 p.m., and the […]
Fall is my favorite time of year; I love the cooler weather, spiced beverages, velvet clothes, baking pies and walking and eating outside. October heightens this effect by adding Halloween (If you have any family or infant costume ideas, please email me!) and so many nonprofit events, which give me the opportunity to wear velvet […]
“American Spirit Awards” honored individuals who put their community and country first.
The American Heart Association honored four individuals for their contributions to cardiology.
Ellie Wainer and Teen Life Counts were recognized for their efforts to educate and prevent suicide.
Lighthouse Louisiana raised nearly $75,000 to help provide education, life skills training and employment to persons with disabilities.
The New Orleans Shakespeare Festival at Tulane celebrated its 24th anniversary
Music + Festivals
Front & Center Building toward the future One of the most important activities that local theater groups undertake each year is the education of future members of the drama community. In some cases, the targets of the education are adults who are interested, but lack experience, in writing, producing, directing and the like. In other […]
Left: Tables in the Sperry tent with flowers by Donaroma’s Right: Pam Bryan escorted by son Will Left: Placecards were featured beneath a wall of flowers Right: The chuppah The view from the tent toward the house overlooking Poucha Pond