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St. Charles Avenue September 2011

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Student Activist: Mae Lobrano

Academy of the Sacred Heart

Breast Chefs

Summer Cure Chefs Wine Dinner

Mixing It Up

Cocktail preservation

Feeding the Homeless with a Song

NOAAHH honors Songwriters Hall of Fame inductee

Giving Back to Those Who Give All

“Birdies for the Brave” dinner

Making Medicine Possible

New Orleans Medical Mission Services

Graceful Achievements

New Orleans Magazine fêtes its Top Female Achievers

Silver Anniversary for the YLC

“Role Model Gala” celebrates 25 years.

Educate Yourself

What’s new and special in your area school

Entertaining with Bev: All-Out for Ainsley

What better way to celebrate Ainsley Mumford’s return from a fabulous National Outdoor Leadership School backpacking trip to Australia (and her belated birthday) than a party? She has been “roughing it” for a while, so we’re going “all-out” with her favorite flowers, a Mexican-inspired dinner, a carrot cake from O’Delice on Magazine Street and her […]

With This Ring: McIntosh–Hunley

Sisters Constance “Connie” Julie McIntosh and Allison McIntosh Cardwell and their friend Elizabeth Hunley Perrien all attended Camp Point Clear every summer for many years. In 1998, Patrick Anthony Hunley Jr., Elizabeth’s brother, picked her up from camp; he and Connie were introduced by their sisters and the rest was history. On New Year’s Eve, […]

On the Cover

Holiday shopping starts early this year thanks to Young Aspirations/Young Artists. Complete your gift list with unique, artistic gifts that support the dreams of young New Orleanians thorough YA/YA, Inc.’s “Just Say YA/YA” event. Join corporate chair Kay Kerrigan, immediate past president of the board Shelby Russ, patron Paige Royer and co-chair Ann Fuselier on […]

To Your Health: Battle the Bulge

Dear guys, You are my last resort! I have had two children and I think that no matter what I do, my stomach will never be the same again. It used to be flat but now it’s a protruding paunch. If I did 200 sit-ups a day, or bought one of those miracle ab crunch […]

Nostalgia: From Boom to Building

1555 Poydras St. remains a thriving economic force

Stylin' and Profilin'

St. Charles Avenue’s 12th annual Fashionable New Orleanians strut their stuff for their favorite nonprofits

The Dish: Cheese, Please

When it’s hot enough to melt outside, sometimes you need a little cheese

On the Menu: Romantic Redfish

Café b’s Executive Chef Chris Montero presents full-flavored fish perfect for a date at home

Skin Deep: Faux-ever

Faux tans offer all the pleasure with none of the consequences

What’s Hot

Fall Accessories

Along the Avenue September 2011

Last call comes late at Bruno’s, the Uptown tavern that has been a beacon for debs, dads, dudes and delighted patrons for generations. “Last Call” was particularly late August 4, when a motley crew donned togas (think Animal House) to surprise Billy Treadway on his birthday. The invitation read: “The Old Goat turns 60!” Billy’s […]

A note from Bev

We are featuring YA/YA (Young Aspirations/Young Artists) on our cover for September in hopes that you’ll get on board as a patron, which starts at only $250 per couple. Thanks so much to Ann Fuselier and Melissa Fuselier (not pictured), chairwomen of the “Just Say YA/YA” event, honorary patron chair and director of New Orleans […]

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