Tuesday, February 24, 2015

A Toast to New Orleans: Feb 24-March 2‏

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This past  week was a breeze in term of social events- I spent most of my time at Casell Bergen Gallery and recuperating at home   from the social tsunami of the Carnival Season.  
 On Saturday, I enjoyed turning into a green Goddess to attend the 
Girls Scout Louisiana East's Cookies and Cocktails at the Hurrah's Theater. It was great to see so many of my darling friends involved in such a worthwhile cause. Since I was nearby, I stopped for a glass of champagne at the first floor of the Windsor Court where sultry, talented Anais St. John was performing. I loved it.
Girls Scout Louisiana East's Cookies and Cocktails at the Harrah's Theater was so much fun!
Margarita Bergen's photo.

Glamorous Anais St John performing at the Windsor of Court

This Thursday is going to be a busy day. T
he Bishop Perry Center is presenting its second annual Musical Prelude to the Celebration
of Easter. The second concert, February 26, will feature a program of classical piano including some arrangements for four hands performed by well known surgeon and concert pianist Dr. E. Quinn Peeper with Michael Harold, attorney and legal recruiter, as well as a pianist. They each will play solo as well. Joining them will be tenor Casey Candebat, who placed in the recent Metropolitan Opera’s regional competition..Save your Thursdays in Lent for us.  The events are all at 6 p. m. at
St. Mary's Catholic Church, 1116 Chartres Street, part of the Catholic Cultural Center, which also includes the Ursuline Convent. 

Darlings in case you did not know-  this week  is  National Margarita Day-, so I am serving complimentary margaritas to my costumers at Casell- Bergen Gallery, 1305 Decatur Street. 

This week, I am looking forward to several fun events that will include 
Tuesday, February 24
Hispanic Chamber of Commerce 
Invites you to our

Business Luncheon

Tuesday, February 24th, 2015


Sheriff Newell Norman
Jefferson Parish


Don't miss exclusive presentation from Copa Airlines as we welcome them to our city!


11:30 AM-2:00 PM

INDIVIDUAL RESERVED SEATS: Members: $50      Non-Members: $60


For online payment 
click here.

Tel:  504-885-4262    Fax:  504-887-5422.
(We regret that we cannot accommodate walk-in’s or payments at the door.)

Valentina Kozlova International Ballet Competition (VKIBC)February 27-March 1


Garden District Book Shop
Join us with Jyl Benson and Sam Hanna at Coquette!
Tuesday, February 24th - 4-5:30 PM
at Coquette, 2800 Magazine St.

Filled with folksy art and creative recipes from affordable restaurants captured in tantalizing photographs - with tidbits of history thrown in as lagniappe - author Jyl Benson serves up just the right taste of this fascinating and ever-evolving city. Included are neighborhood favorites such as MoPho, Purtoo, Toup's Meatery, Lola, Bhava, Coquette, and Juan's Flying Burrito: A Creole Taqueria.

Each recipe is accompanied by stunning photos, and chapters are introduced with colorful folk art from Simon of New Orleans. 
Coquette will serve small nibbles of the Garden Salad (featured in the book) and provide a cash bar. 

If you cannot attend any of our events -
 Call or email us to order your signed books.

Garden District Book Shop
   2727 Prytania St 
(corner of Washington Ave)
 phone: 504-895-2266

February 24
Gala of the Royal Horses
*7:30 p.m. | Show begins
*Impressive Show for the Whole Family!
A time-honored tradition from the famous riding schools in Vienna and Spain, the Gala of the Royal Horses is truly a sight to behold. Having toured in Australia and abroad, the unique performance now comes to North America, and this deal gets you an ticket to the show on Tuesday, February 24 at UNO Lakefront Arena, where majestic stallions will put on a show with live performers to create a breathtaking event for the entire family. Don't miss your chance to see the stunning spectacle
UNO Lakefront Arena
6801 Franklin Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70122

Chamber After 5 is One Month Away!

Join the New Orleans Chamber for our premier evening networking event.

Wednesday, February 25, 2015
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Tiki Tolteca
301 N. Peters St.

Join the New Orleans Chamber members and non members for an evening of networking with
Complimentary Hors d'oeuvres
Complimentary beer, wine & soft drinks
FREE for Chamber Members
$10 for Future Members

Click here to register or members can email khosking@neworleanschamber.org to register.

Opera on Tap
February 25, 2015

Venue: Four Points by Sheraton
Sponsoring Organizations: New Orleans Opera Association
Tickets: FREE and Open to the Public
The New Orleans Opera Association continues its highly popular, free, "Opera on Tap" program of light operatic and live stage fare at various watering holes around New Orleans. This month's first appearance of the NOOA's offshoot troupe will be at The Rusty Nail, a rustic neighborhood bar in the Warehouse Arts District.
Founded in 2007, Opera on Tap is part of an effort to "demystify" the operatic musical art form and make it more accessible and enjoyable to larger numbers of people. The troupe is enjoying ever-growing popularity, as evidenced by the increasing size of the audiences that come to hear them sing familiar (and not-so-familiar) opera arias and classic songs from hit musicals. The performance runs from 6:00 p.m. until 7:30 and is open to the public.
Valet parking is available for $5.00.
Doors Open at 6 p.m.; Show Begins at 8 p.m.  
Eiffel Society; 2040 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans 

Be sure to arrive early to enjoy cocktails, dinner and musical entertainment 
at the exquisite Eiffel Society. Valet Parking is provided.   
Politics with a Punch 
is our local version of "Politically Incorrect." It started in 2002 and after more than 100 shows and 13 years, it has become a local political tradition. The show is jointly produced with Steve Sabludowsky of Bayoubuzz.com and it has grown into quite a success story. Punch is a fast-paced, free-wheeling, no-holds barred discussion of what is happening in our city, state and nation. We place a premium on having a good time and expect plenty of laughs as we discuss the controversies and the outrageous antics of our local leaders and scoundrels.

As usual, we have picked an outstanding panel for Thursday night with some of our favorite all-stars plus some exciting newcomers. This program will be a very special edition of Politics with a Punch, our  2015 Kickoff Show.

Check out the exceptional line-up of celebrities that have been selected for this New Orleans Political Comedy Tradition:

Michael Dardant   
Comedian, Magician, Juggler, Actor, Model & Writer   
Patty Gay 
Executive Director, Preservation Research Center 
Spud McConnell  
Film & Stage Actor, Local Icon & Radio Talk Show Host 
John Osterlind  
Radio Talk Show Host, Viral Video Star, & Songwriter 
Mark Romig 
President and CEO, New Orleans Tourism Marketing Corp. 
James Varney 
25 Year Times Picayune Career as Journalist & Columnist 
Discount Tickets: $15.00 per person/$25.00 per couple.

If you would like to take advantage of this opportunity, purchase tickets in advance on-line at our website:

Tickets at the door will be $20 per person/$35.00 per couple. 

At Punch, we guarantee everyone will have a good time, and anyone who has attended one of our events can attest to that fact.

For more information, call me at #504-669-6076.

Thanks again for your support of Politics with a Punch. Without you and other friends, we could not have such successful events each and every month.

Hope to see you this Thursday night at the EIFFEL SOCIETY!

Jeff Crouere                                                                
Host, Politics with a Punch

FEbruary 26  
A Musical PreludeTo TheCelebration Of Easter
Musical PreludeToEaster:ConcertTwo St. Mary’s Catholic Church—part of the Catholic Cultural Center at 1116 Chartres Street in the Vieux Carre, which includes the Ursuline Convent—is once again the setting for a series of public concerts presented by The Bishop Perry Center with the Archdiocese of New Orleans and St. Louis Cathedral. Performances of A Musical Prelude to theCelebration of Easter take place on the Thursdays of Lent, beginning the day after Ash Wednesday, February 19th, at 6 p. m. Music ranges from opera and chamber selections to jazz, pop, and gospel music. The second concert, February 26, will feature a program of classical piano including some arrangements for four hands performed by well known surgeon and concert pianist Dr. E. Quinn Peeper with Michael Harold, attorney and legal recruiter, as well as a pianist. They each will play solo as well. Joining them will be tenor Casey Candebat, who placed in the recent Metropolitan Opera’s regional competition. Dr. E. Quinn Peeper (shown at right in photo) is a practicing physician working in Obstetrics and Gynecology with Crescent City Physicians Inc.  In addition to his practice, he has conducted medical research in New York City, Oxford and Lexington, VA.  Dr. Peeper received his Bachelor of Science, magna cum laude, from Washington & Lee University, Lexington, VA, his Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degrees from University College, University of Oxford, Oxford, England, and his Doctorate of Medicine from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York.  He is currently pursuing an MBA degree at Auburn University. In addition to his work in medicine, Dr. Peeper is an accomplished pianist, having performed in concerts around the world including twice at New York’s Carnegie Hall.  He won the New Orleans Ursuline Bach Competition twice as well as the 26th Annual International Piano Competition, Giornale Musicale Festival in Italy. Dr. Peeper is Gulf Coast District Director of the Metropolitan Opera National Council. He sits on the Boards of the New Orleans Opera Association and The Pirate’s Alley Faulkner Society and is a member of The Most Venerable Order of St. John of Jerusalem, the Shakespeare Society of New Orleans, and the Jane Austen Society of North America among a host of other associations.  He has served on the Vestry of Christ Church Cathedral and has numerous professional memberships. Michael Harold, a native New Orleanian, is an experienced torts litigator, who today is a recruiter, placing lawyers with firms and in other professional legal positions. Fluent in both Spanish and French, the other love of his leisure life is classical music and performing as a concert pianist, frequently playing arrangements for four hands with physician and concert pianist, Dr. E. Quinn Peeper. He has studied with Tulane professors Fiana Lushtak and Dan Wilbaecher. Currently, he writes for Inside New Orleans and is active in a variety of cultural and arts organizations. He is a past president of La Sociedad Espanola and a member of the Longue Vue House and Gardens Board and Vice President and Board member of Alliance Francaise. A graduate of St. Martin’s Episcopal School, he received a BA from the University of the South at Sewanee in 1987 with a degree in Spanish language and literature, after his Junior Year Abroad at Universidad de Valencia, Valencia, Spain. He completed a University of California – San Diego summer studies program and a clerkship at Noriega y Escobedo law firm in Mexico City in 1988. He received his J.D. Degree from Louisiana State University in 1990, passed the Louisiana Bar exam and practiced law for 23 years, first with Blue Williams, LLP, and then with Simon, Peragine, Smith, and Redfearn in the field of Toxic Tort Litigation.

Beethoven Emperor Concerto 
February 27, 2015

Venue: First Baptist Church of Kenner
Presenting Organization: Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra
Tickets: Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra
The LPO's Beethoven and Blue Jeans season concludes on a high note with bright favorites by Rossini, Delius, Ravel, and Beethoven. Pianist Kumi Matsuo, First Prize Winner of the 2013 Louisiana International Piano Competition, joins guest conductor Chelsea Tipton and the LPO to play a dazzling performance of Beethoven's beloved "Emperor" Piano Concerto.
Music will include Gioachino Rossini's Overture to "La gazza ladra" (The Thieving Magpie),
Frederick Delius' "On Hearing the First Cuckoo in Spring," Maurice Ravel's "Mother Goose Suite" and Ludwig Van Beethoven's Piano Concert No. 5 "Emperor."
The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. You can preview the program on Spotify.

Sex Please, We're Sixty
February 27-March 15, 2015

What happens when you mix Viagra with Venusia? Confusion, chaos and a lot of laughs. Especially when a little, diamond-shaped blue pill developed to increase the libido of menopausal women, causes hot flashes, mood swings and irritability in the men who inadvertently take it prior to attempted sexual activity.
The scene is Mrs. Stancliffe's Rose Cottage Bed & Breakfast where three lonely women get involved with "Bud the Stud," Mrs. Stancliffe's next door neighbor. Her other neighbor (and would-be suitor) is Henry Mitchell, a retired chemist who has developed – but not tested – the Venusia pills for women.
The play's book was written by Michael Parker, co-author (with his wife Susan) of the highly-acclaimed "Sin, Sex and the CIA" in 2006, along with other steamy stage works. "Uncle Wayne" Daigrepont directs the production. Show times vary; call JPAS for details.

Black Grace
February 28, 2015

Dance forms of the indigenous people of New Zealand and the South Pacific will be featured during this one-night-only performance sponsored by the New Orleans Ballet Association.
Founded in 1995 by Samoan-born artistic director/choreographer Neil Ieremia, Black Grace began as an all-male company of dancers of Pacific Island, Maori and New Zealand heritage with a fresh, new dance style. Today, this powerhouse company has received worldwide acclaim for its athletic, socially inspired dances that are rich with tribal rhythms, vocalization and body percussion, blending Pacific indigenous movements with contemporary dance.
Performance time is 8:00 p.m.

SUN, FEB 22 & SAT, FEB 28
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For complete coverage of all the musical entertainment LaFete News 2-23-15

Darlings, Please put in your calendar that the next Round Table Luncheon will be  at the JW Marriott Wednesday, March 11 at noon. It will be a Salute to Festival Time in NO

Thursday, February 19, 2015

A Post Mardi Gras Toast to New Orleans February 19-23

Darlings, I hope you all enjoyed the 2015 Carnival Season.

I should be wearing a sign that proclaims that “I am a 2015 Mardi Gras Survivor.” I not only worked at Casell Bergen Gallery but also found time to attend a myriad of awesome Carnival celebrations that included the 45th Annual Greasing of the Poles at the Royal Sonesta Hotel, Friday before Mardi Gras Luncheon at Galatoire's, Kevin Kelly's Mardi Gras ball, as well as the Mystic Krewes of Hermes, Orpheus and Rex Balls.

 Instead of writing about them, I would like to share the links with you so you can enjoy the pageantry and the color I enjoyed at these balls.
I must confess that for the first time in many years, the frigid weather prevented Duchess Chiquita and I from joining the revelry on Mardi Gras Day. I knew that I was invited to the Rex Ball and I wanted to enjoy it, which it was the perfect ending of a successful Carnival Season 2015.Margarita Bergen's photo.

The Grand Ball of his Majesty Rex 2015

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Before I share the upcoming social events, I want to share this news: If you haven’t heard the sad, sad news already, in the early hours of Valentine’s Day, we lost a great New Orleanian, Freddie Pincus, due to complications from a heart attack which she suffered about six weeks ago.
The Times-Picayune ran a story which I think helps illustrate what an amazing person she was.  Many of us only knew part of her world, because she was important to so many people in so many varied ways. Here is that article:http://www.nola.com/education/index.ssf/2015/02/clara_mae_freddie_pincus_90_wa.html
I thought you will also enjoy reading this article about talented artist Andrea Mistretta (I am quoted in it): http://www.northjersey.com/news/waldwick-artist-s-poster-is-a-mardi-gras-icon-1.1272042
Thank God,this week is not going to be a social hurricane like week, but I am looking forward to the Consulate of Mexico's opening reception of the exhibition: 34K FT, Photographs from 34,000 feet by Mexican Ambassador José A. Zabalgoitia on February 19, at 6:00 p.m. at the Art Gallery of the Consulate of Mexico, 901 Convention Center Blvd., Suite 118. Complimentary parking will be available at the Sugar Mill garage on Andrew Higgins Street with validated ticket at the Gallery door.

In the afternoon, the French Quarter Business Association is having its first luncheon of the year and it will be at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, February 19 at Galvez Restaurant. Guest speakers include Mark Romig, CEO of the New Orleans Tourism Marketing Corporation. 

This weekend the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra is performing two concerts, the Rachmaninov Symphonic Danceson February 20, 7:30 p.m. on the Northshore (First Baptist Church Covington, 16333 Hwy. 1085) and February 21, 7:30 p.m. at the Mahalia Jackson Theater in Louis Armstrong Park, New Orleans

Guest conductor Teddy Abrams leads the LPO and rising pianist Alessio Bax in an evening of passionate post-Romantic favorites by Rachmaninov, Debussy, and Ravel. Bax brings his elegant and lyrical style to Ravel’s quintessentially French Piano Concerto in G major, preceded by Debussy’s impressionistic work, Prelude to The Afternoon of a Faun. The concert concludes with Sergei Rachmaninov’s energetic classic Symphonic Dances.

Darlings, it that time of the year to sit and watch the Oscars and the Prytania Theater is having a watch party on February 22 that looks like it should not be missed!

There are two upcoming events that should not be missed as well: 

The Mad Hatter’s Luncheon on Tuesday, March 10 and my next Round Table Luncheon at the JW Marriott on Wednesday, March 11. More details to follow.

Have a great week. It is yours to have it!

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Bienvile Street on Friday before Mardi Gras
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Duchess Chiquita and I all dressed to go to the French Quarter and returned home within 5 minutes missing all the revelry of Mardi Gras Day

Please visit this link for all complete entertainment : LaFete News 2-19-15
February 19    
The first Luncheon of the year will be
at 11:30 am
on Thursday, Feburary 19th   
Galvez Restaurant    

guest speakers include

Mark Romig   
of New Orleans Tourism Marketing Corp. 

Robert "Bob" L. Johnson
of New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center   

Galvez Resturant
    in the French Market
914 North Peters Street
New Orleans, LA

Thursday, Feburary 19th
$40 for FQBA members
$55 for non members 

FQBA Luncheon
  • Name: FQBA Luncheon
Date: February 19, 2015
Time: 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM CST

February 19

February 19-20
The Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra will continue its Northshore Concert Series by presenting Rachmaninov Symphonic Dances on Feb. 20 at 7:30 p.m. at First Baptist Church, located at 16333 Hwy. 1085 in Covington. Teddy Abrams will be the guest conductor, with pianist Alessio Bax featured as guest artist.
Tickets to the Rachmaninov Symphonic Dances are $20 to $55 per person and can be purchased by calling the LPO box office at 504.523.6530, or online atwww.lpomusic.com

The next concert in the LPO Northshore Concert Series will be Mahler Symphony No. 4, which will be held on March 20 at 7:30 p.m., at First Baptist Church in Covington. It will feature LPO Music Director Carlos Miguel Prieto as conductor, with guest artists Jose Franch-Ballester on clarinet and soprano Angela Mannino.


Matt Kepnes: How to Travel the World on $50 a Day
Thursday, February 19th

A budget-conscious traveler who toured the world for eight consecutive years offers tips and secrets that can save other travelers thousands of dollars, including how to avoid currency conversion fees, how to find discounts and free frequent flyer points.
No money? No problem. You can start packing your bags for that trip you've been dreaming a lifetime about.
For more than half a decade, Matt Kepnes (aka Nomadic Matt) has been showing readers of his enormously popular travel blog that traveling isn't expensive and that it's affordable to all. He proves that as long as you think out of the box and travel like locals, your trip doesn't have to break your bank, nor do you need to give up luxury.
How to Travel the World on $50 a Day reveals Nomadic Matt's tips, tricks, and secrets to comfortable budget travel based on his experience traveling the world without giving up the sushi meals and comfortable beds he enjoys.
Matt Kepnes signs his book, How to Travel the World on $50 a Day.
This book is available in paperback ($15.00)
If you are unable to attend, you must call the book shop to order signed books.

Garden District Book Shop2727 Prytania StreetNew Orleans, Louisiana 70130-5968
Tel: 504.895.2266 
Fax: 504.895.0111 
Email us at: gdkrewe@aol.com


Degas exhibit headed to Tulane gallery

The Newcomb Art Gallery at Tulane University will present an exhibition of works on paper by famed French artist Edgar Degas on the school's Uptown campus starting this month.

From Feb. 18 to May 24, "Edgar Degas: The Private Impressionist, Works on Paper by the Artist and his Circle," will feature drawings and prints along with photographs, monotypes and sculpture.

In addition to the artist's works showing familiar horses and dancers, lesser-known depictions of antique sculpture and Old Masters will be on view.

The works come from a single private collection.

February 20 -March 1
A dream cast brings Charles Ludlam's world to life with Camille!
By Charles Ludlam
Directed by Jeffery T. Roberson
Mid-City Theatre
3540 Toulouse St., New Orleans
Production Dates: February 7-March 1, 2015
Box Office Phone: 504-488-1460 (tickets and information) 504-302-9117 (group sales)
Ticket Pricing: $30 General Admission and $20 Backstage Pass Members on Fridays-Sundays; $25 General Admission and $18 Backstage Pass Members on Wednesdays and Thursdays
  A comedic dream team is poised to bring to life Camille, Charles Ludlum's hilarious cross-dressing comedy based on the classic Alexander Dumas story. Director Jeffery T. Roberson (better known on stage as Varla Jean Merman) will direct a cast headlined by A.J. Allegra and co-starring Ricky Graham, Sam Dudley, Sean Patterson, Keith Claverie, Michael Sullivan, Kristin Witterschein, Kyle Daigrepont, Jason Kirkpatrick and Erin Shaw. Camille tells the tear-jerker tale of a Tubercular Parisian courtesan, Marguerite Gautier (played by Allegra), that renounces her jealous, rich lover, the Baron de Varville (Ricky Graham) in order to follow her true heart to the countryside with poor young Armand Duval (Sam Dudley). But what will Armand's family think?! And what about Margueritte's worsening Tuberculosis??!? And how will the Baron take this spurning?!

This comedic melodrama with a surprisingly touching conclusion will have audiences laughing through tears and crying through laughter as The NOLA Project tackles another high-style comedy by the master of the ridiculous, Charles Ludlam.

Featured Artists:
        A.J. Allegra               Jeffery T. Roberson            Ricky Graham                Sam Dudley                  Sean Patterson 

Sunday, February 8th - 6PM

Friday, February 20th - 8PM

Saturday, February 21st - 8PM

Sunday, February 22nd - 6PM

Saturday, February 21, 2015
Southern Food and Beverage Museum
1504 Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard

Holiday Specials presented by Domino Foods, Inc.
Free Admission for Louisiana's Kids and Families all day Saturday, February 21st with Louisiana Driver's License!
Hands-On Demonstration:  Chinese New Year's Traditions and Treats
The Year of the Goat

Is your child a Goat or a Horse? A Rat, or maybe your little Monkey? We're celebrating Chinese New Year and The Year of the Goat, with activities designed to teach kids about the traditions celebrated during Chinese New Year, falling on February 19, 2015 this year. Each participant gets a Chinese take-out box to fill with goodies he or she makes and decorates at different stations, including a cut-out of a Goat! Learn about  your own personal  birth-year animal. The final table will contain icing, sprinkles and Chinese butter cookies that each child can decorate and take home, along with a piece of lucky citrus fruit! 

Anais St John - February 21 at Windsor Court

Join me on Saturdays in The Cocktail Bar from 6 until 9pm.


PLEASE NOTE: on February 22 Trinity Church will present
TWO Musical Events: the "5 pm Artist Series" as usual,
and the "9 pm  Lenten Jazz Vespers"
which will continue for 5 MORE Sundays after that....
so here :
Sunday, February 22, @ 5 pm:  The U.S. Air Force Band of the West: "Dimensions-in-Blue" Jazz Big Band..
Sunday, February 22 @ 9 pm SHARP: The Fourth Annual Trinity Jazz Vespers will opened with  Accomplished Jazz Artists Charmaine Neville & Amasa Miller. The program last 30 minutes and features musical selections and scriptural readings. Do NOT be late the program ends at 9:30 pm !!

Tuesday, February 24 at 6 pm: Organ & Labyrinth and Candlelight with Albinas Prizgintas on the 5000 pipe tracker organ.From Classical Baroque to Vintage Rock and Popular Tunes. Please visit: www.albinas.org

Trinity Artist Series
at Trinity Episcopal Church, 1329 Jackson Av. New Orleans
Contact : 504 670 2520 - aprizgintas@trinitynola.com     - www.trinitynola.com.

Not to be missed!Oscar Watch Party Feb 22 Get Tickets Today!