|Our editor identifies five local people she imagines would make interesting lunch dates.|
Director of studio operations at Raleigh Studios Baton Rouge in the Celtic Media Centre. In the aftermath of Hurricane Isaac, the center housed nearly 500 volunteers from around the nation who assisted in post-hurricane cleanup. Mulhearn previously partnered with Red Cross to utilize the studio as a shelter site for local emergencies. What a generous use of space!
17-year-old piano prodigy. This month, Peltier will play in the Baton Rouge Symphony Orchestra's second concert of the 2012-2013 season. The young talent studies at Juilliard and has been playing competitively since he was 9 years old. What other performances has he lined up?
Star of the reality TV show The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Richards will be a special guest at Hollydays this month, where she will be signing her debut book, Life Is Not a Reality Show: Keeping It Real with the Housewife Who Does It All. What a fun lunch date she would make!
Principal of McKinley Middle Magnet School. McKinley recently received a prestigious 2012 National Blue Ribbon School award. The U.S. Board of Education recognizes schools that demonstrate outstanding overall academic achievement. McKinley will be honored at a ceremony next month in Washington, D.C. Kudos to this dynamic school leader!
Newly appointed executive chef at Galatoire's Bistro. A veteran staff member of Galatoire's Restaurant in New Orleans, McCann is serving as sous chef there until the bistro opens in December. A native of Baton Rouge, McCann previously served at the first location. What excites him most about returning to his hometown?
A fashionable escape
From beachside relaxation to European adventures, the vacation season has arrived. This summer, ensure that you journey in style with effortlessly chic ensembles in classic colors. Here are a few of our favorite looks for destinations near and far. (Model: Rita Satawa)
An early A. Hays Town residence becomes a modern-day melting pot of design ideas for Daryl Rogers and Gary McDaniel
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Breath of fresh air
Stacy and Ross Henry give a midcentury home a chic new life inspired by its lush landscape