Nurturing Talent with Confidence Growing up as a self-proclaimed tomboy in Slidell, the last thing Celeste Marcussen Hart thought she’d do was go to acting and modeling school, let alone own one. But when the fishing and sports enthusiast turned 18,...
January 2019 Enterprising Woman – Dorothy Burroughs-Mchaney
New Year’s Resolutions Or Not
New Year, New Styles!
Tradition Reimagined: Bringing the Past Into the Present
A Rose By Any Other Name
We’ll Take A Cup O’ Kindness
Vote NSB January 7th
Call of Duty: Fighting Fires with Fierceness
Slidell Women’s Civic Club: A Rich History of Community Service
One Season Ends As Another Begins!
Changes for the Better
December 2018 Enterprising Woman – Ashley Edwards Sandage
An “Out of the Box” Holiday
For the Love of Pecans
A Welcome Home For All
Wrap It Up!
Making Spirits Bright!
Sparkle & Shine This Holiday Season
The Northshore’s Best
Holiday Happenings In Covington
Peter’s House: A Road to Recovery
Angels Grove Ranch: Second Chances and New Beginnings
The Northshore Humane Society in the Holiday Spirit
Calming Your Chemistry With Self-Compassion
November 2018 Enterprising Woman – Ingrid Rinck
A CHANGE FOR THE BETTER
Thanksgiving and the Beach
Suburban Location. Urban Thinking
Nature’s Pollinators in the Garden
Gather Tablescapes For All
Cooler Weather Hot Looks
Fabulous Fall Cocktails
Enriching Lives Through Art: The Vision of Joanne Gallinghouse
Mandeville Gets New Advanced Water Meters
Color Your (Business) World
Healing PCOS Naturally
October 2018 Enterprising Woman – Ashley Geoghegan, DVM, CVA, CVFT
September 2018 Enterprising Woman – Celeste Hart
August 2018 Enterprising Woman – Dr. Pamela Egan
May 2018 – Michelle Sierra
April 2018 – Gail Brown
March 2018 – Gayle Reuling
As journalists, those were our darkest days. There were no lights, no phones, no power—anarchy ruled the streets. Flames floated on water from broken submerged natural gas lines. Tall, black columns of smoke rose from burning, flooded buildings. Citizens roamed...
From casual to cocktails, take a basic piece or a theme color and build a wardrobe to transform from day into night. Whether at home or at work, it’s easy to transition with a quick change of hair, makeup and accessories!
You may have heard CEOs talk about their businesses’ brands, and how the brand is “going in a new direction.” Or an employee may say an action or statement was “off brand.” But what exactly does that mean? What is...
September Means Sports! And sports means gatherings with friends and family…and tailgating before the game! Try some of our favorite gametime drinks that are sure to score big points before, during and after festivities.
Today, more than 18 percent of school-aged children are obese. The leading cause of this national epidemic is the overconsumption of sugar. The World Health Organization issued a recommendation in 2015 that everyone, regardless of age, should restrict his or...
SOS is the morse code statement for distress. The letters have been defined by some people to mean SAVE OUR SOULS. The letters are not an acronym but an international signal of distress. Yes, this morse code signal from a...
On a tidy corner lot in downtown Covington, the Redmen family has transformed a 19th-century home into a 21st-century jewel. Even the grass sparkles like an emerald in front of this snow-white, classic beauty. Dody and Jimmy Redmen bought this...
Your Partners in Optimum Health Dr. Pamela Egan, a board-certified adult/family nurse practitioner and board-certified diplomate in anti-aging/integrative medicine, has practiced preventative medicine for men, women and children since 2005. She has completed a doctorate of nursing practice, two master’s degrees...
A Change of Heart Dr. Farhad Aduli is not an impulsive man. Throughout his life, he has probably made one impulsive decision—and it was a decision that would change the course of his life. Aduli was close to completing the...
Putting the Pieces in Place As a new graduate from physical therapy school, Michelle Sierra felt totally confident in her deep knowledge of the body’s muscle systems. But when she volunteered to start a women’s health program and attended a...
People often tell Gail Brown she is a miracle, but she doesn’t feel like one. She has battled two forms of cancer, undergone multiple surgeries and beat astonishing odds. This businesswoman, wife and advocate shares her journey through traditional and...