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St. Charles Avenue October 2020

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The Skin Surgery Centre

Keith Leblanc, Jr., MD, FAAD, FACMS, founded The Skin Surgery Centre after coming out of his fellowship with the aim to curate a personal, attentive experience for each and every patient. The physicians at the Skin Surgery Centre across greater New Orleans, the Northshore and the Mississippi Gulf Coast are experts in skin cancer and […]

Vintage Wedding: Stephen Arthur Moses Weds Jaye Dee Russ

Stephen Moses and Dee Russ had known each other from an early age. Their parents were best friends and ate dinner together every Sunday and Thursday night, so Dee and Stephen were destined to be together! At the end of ninth grade, Stephen asked Dee to go to a special party and that was the […]

John Colfry, M.D.

Touro offers comprehensive, multidisciplinary care for patients with all stages of breast cancer aimed at preservation of critical functions, prevention of disease recurrence and optimization of quality of life. Touro’s breast cancer surgery program is led by an MD Anderson fellowship-trained Breast Surgical Oncologist, John Colfry, MD, an expert in the field who is certified […]

Confetti Park

The past few months have had most of us scouring the internet for content to “engage” our kids. In fact, “engagement” seems to be the name of the game when it comes to inspiring young hearts and minds. Finding that content, however, can be a bit of a rabbit hole. Although there’s plenty to choose […]

Test Your Knowledge

On Sunday, June 28, The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society gathered participants to play virtual trivia with proceeds benefiting the charity’s Mississippi and Louisiana Chapter. Registration was $19.49, a nod to the year LLS was founded, and individuals were presented with the optional opportunity to add a donation to their ticket purchase. The event was open […]

Scott McMurray, MD

Children’s Hospital New Orleans is proud to welcome Dr. Scott McMurray to lead its Pediatric Otolaryngology Department with eight fulltime fellowship trained Pediatric Otolaryngologists devoted to treating ear, nose, and throat afflictions in children. Dr. McMurray brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to Children’s while also serving as Clinical Professor of Otolaryngology at LSU […]

A New Dining Experience

NOWFE kicked off its “Summer Wine Dinner Series” at Broussard’s Restaurant & Courtyard, the first of a sequence of 11 intimate dinners around New Orleans. This year, especially, encourages diners to support our local economy during this time and enjoy delicious food and wine. Approximately 55 patrons dined six feet apart inside Broussard’s, which utilized […]

Young Bloods: Alison Parker

With a background in costuming for films, TV shows and even Cirque du Soleil, Alison Parker was always surrounded by clothes, costumes and fabric. Parker picked up sewing skills in home economics classes, but she realized that resource isn’t always available for today’s kids in New Orleans. If children here wanted to learn how to […]

Shop Talk: Kate & Todd Novak

What is NOLA Learning Support?  NOLA Learning Support is a private educational therapy practice on Oak Street. We provide academic support and remediation for students from kindergarten through college, and our specialty is working with students who have dyslexia and other mild to moderate learning differences. With myself (Kate) being the only educational therapist in […]

A Museum Moving Ahead

Usually, the “Magnolia Ball” is a big celebration at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art with halls filled with DJs, food, drinks, art and dancing. Since patrons couldn’t safely gather this year, “Magnolia Ball” turned virtual and offered a magnificent online silent auction that featured over 60 works by Southern artists and businesses. Artists and […]

Healthy Hearts

The New Orleans American Heart Association branch hosted its first ever virtual event, swapping their usual “New Orleans Go Red For Women Luncheon” for a virtual “Lunch-in” to raise awareness about cardiovascular disease, the leading cause of death for women in the United States, and generate critical funds for lifesaving cardiovascular research. Everyone provided their […]

Student Activist: Matthew Paul Armbruster

“Giving back to communities is a selfless and humbling experience, which causes us to look at life from different angles and perspectives. The new outlooks we gain from our service experiences, hopefully, allow us to change our lives for the better by increasing understanding and tolerance in the world,” says Matthew Paul Armbruster a senior […]

Wine + Dine

Briquette 701 S. Peters St., New Orleans  |  504.302.7496 Briquette-nola.com New Orleans Dining at it’s finest! Enjoy a meal with family or friends in their main dining room or experience a private dining affair in the wine room. Executive Chef Peter Issac and his team are ready to spoil your taste buds! Briquette also has […]

What’s Hot: Art

1. Explore the deconstructed forest tableau in Ashley Pridmore’s “Dreams of Eve,” 2020. Comprised of steel, recycled foam, found rope, papier-mâché, vines and oyster shells. Ogden Museum of Southern Art, 925 Camp St., 539-9650, OgdenMuseum.org 2. The view of Patrick Waldemar’s private hidden garden from his New Orleans studio is depicted in his watercolor on […]

Health Trends: Sustaining care amidst the pandemic

Over the past several months health news has centered almost exclusively on one subject: COVID-19. Meanwhile other health concerns – broken bones, arthritis, anxiety, heart disease – haven’t decreased despite their lack of limelight. And as communities continue to grapple with the numerous impacts of the virus, healthcare professionals across all specialties are balancing the […]


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No attempt has been made to adorn the white, vinyl siding-clad building, the bottom edges of which bear telltale ragged scallops administered by a haphazardly bandied weed eater. Nothing beckons passersby from the two-lane stretch of road – not a bush, a shrub, a flower or a tree. At dusk gnats buzz over an adjacent […]

Shop Talk: Jill Knight Nalty

What is the Argent Trust Company?  Argent Trust is a subsidiary of Argent Financial Group. Argent is a leading independent wealth management firm providing comprehensive wealth management solutions to individuals, families, businesses and institutions. What are some of your responsibilities?  I am responsible for new client outreach and strengthening current customer relationships in the Greater […]

Saint Roch

Saint Roch Chapel in 1920, photographed by John Mendes. Based on chapels in Germany and Hungary, it was noted as one of the best examples of Gothic architecture in the United States. Saint Roch, also the patron saint of dogs, is depicted in statue with his faithful dog at his feet. To the right are […]

Editors’ Notes

BEV’S NOTE Get ready for the 22nd annual “CHAIRish the Children: A Fall Feast Celebrating New Orleans” fundraiser, which will be celebrated in a very different way! The Louisiana Children’s Museum’s new location is fabulous, and thanks to the pandemic they need us more than ever! Thanks to our cover participants: LCM’s CEO Julia Bland, […]

Fall Fashion

Febe  |  FebeClothing.com  |  504.835.5250 Feet First  |  FeetFirstStores.com  |  504.899.6800 Perlis  |  Perlis.com  |  504.895.8661 SOSUSU  |  Sosusu.MyShopify.com  |  504.309.5026

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