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Dress for Success

Outfitting women for their futures

Rafferty – Johnson

WITH THIS RING

Morgan's Note

The Robb Mansion

The Robb Mansion

A Heartfelt Soirée

The “2016 Sugarplum Ball” will fund a new Heart Catheterization Lab at Children’s Hospital.

Penny Francis

Owner, Eclectic Home

On the Cover

Party In The Park

“Lark in the Park” benefited the expansion of the New Orleans Botanical Garden Conservatory.

Registry of Charitable Events

May-August 2016

What’s Hot

Mother's Day

Carrollton Riverbend

Sailing to Save Lives

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society hosted a pre-party to their annual regatta fundraiser.

Performing Arts Calendar

May

Tyler Wendell Billew

Brother Martin High School

Richard Pavlick

YLC Kicks, Project Leader

Cindy St. Romain

Owner, St. Romain Interiors

A Party “En Pointe”

The New Orleans Ballet Theatre raised funds for programs and performances.

Fighting Hunger Starts At Home

Bill and Mary Hines open their home and their hearts to Second Harvest

A Meaty Masterpiece

Neil McClure, of the newly relocated McClure’s Barbecue, shares his Barbecue Jambalaya

Healthy Hearts

The “Go Red for Women” movement encourages local women to take charge of their heart health.

The Parenting Center

Where kids might come with instructions

The Eyes Have It

Reversing aging

Bev's Note

Disco Inferno

The Contemporary Arts Center’s “SweetArts” is a throwback to its founding decade.

A Fancy Federation Fête

An elegant evening recognized Jewish Federation of Greater New Orleans’ major donors.

Community Crimestoppers

This annual luncheon honored local heroes committed to a safer city.

10 Local Brunches

Extravagant breakfast meets limitless lunch

Summer Skincare

Nine local experts help – from head to toe

For the Love of Kin

Finding a new favorite

A Grand Finale

WYES transports guests to “Downton Abbey” again for their “Going Out In Style Gala.”

One Bite at a Time

Louisiana Appleseed recognized seven locals for their dedication to social justice initiatives.

Dorothy “Dot” Rosen to Dr. Jacob “Jack” Weisler