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52 Businesses

Colin Grussing and Jason Seidman

Nice Doing Business

Junior Achievement honored local entrepreneurs.

Scentsational September

A guide to your new favorite fall beauty

Lunacy in the Air

Lunacy in the Air

Back to the Future

A return to the new Carrollton

On the Cover

Performance Calendar

SEPTEMBER

Chicken Punched Up

Chef Baruch Rabasa shares The Franklin’s Roasted Chicken Breast.

Jennifer J. Brewer

St. Mary’s Dominican High School

Foreman-Gaines

WITH THIS RING

September Snapshots

Albert Brown Salon

Owner and Lead stylist, Albert Brown Salon

Satchmo’s Musical Legacy

The Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra celebrated its 25th season.

Tulip Mania

Longue Vue honored the Garden Study Club and celebrated the beauty of the tulip.

To Educate, Strengthen and Build

Kingsley House – over a century of service

New Beginnings

Its 20th anniversary was the most successful “Women of Substance Luncheon” in its history.

Hog Wild

Bridge House/Grace House celebrated Mardi Gras off season with “Cochon Cotillion XIX.”

Philanthropic Fashion

Five New Orleanians support in style

What’s Showing

St. Charles Avenue’s Fall Gallery Guide

Seersucker Preferred

Patrons dressed in their Southern best to benefit the Ogden Museum of Southern Art.

Taylor Pilar Monthey

St. Mary’s Dominican High School

Cropping Hunger

Second Harvest Food Bank hosted a harvest-themed fête for the fight against hunger.

Getting Closer

Global Wildlife Center: A safari experience close to home

Swingin’ for the Apes

“Whitney Zoo-To-Do” raised funds for a new orangutan exhibit.

What’s Hot

Fall Fashion Accessories

A Place for Everything

10 local experts share how to put everything in its place

Welcome Back to School

Cheers to Events!

Fancy Footwork

Local leaders and professional dancers teamed up to support arts education.

Registry of Charitable Events

September-December 2015

Mary Rushton Foster weds Edouard James Kock Jr.

May 4, 1950

Samba!

“Parkway Promenade XXIV” transported guests to a Brazilian-style night.