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All The Best (3216 W. Esplanade Ave. N, Metairie, 835-1499) has resumed its framing services after replacing equipment and materials owner Lynn Templeton says were ruined in Hurricane Katrina. The shop specializes in high-quality, unusual matting and framing for original artworks and prints.

Pay cash and take home roses for $6.50 a dozen with no quantity limits at Federico's Family Florist (815 Focis St., Metairie, 837-6400).

Jonathan Ferrara Gallery is reopening April 4 at 843 Carondelet St., Suite 1 (522-5471;, upstairs from its previous location. The downstairs space previously occupied by the gallery at 841 Carondelet St. will house Global Green USA, a resource center dedicated to educating building professionals, homeowners, developers, politicians and the public about resource efficient building techniques.

Enjoy a wine-and-cheese party, pick up some bargains at a silent auction and contribute to a good cause at the LSU School of Medicine's event to benefit Camp Tiger from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Friday, March 31, at the Shaw Center for the Arts (100 Lafayette St., Baton Rouge). A $10 donation will be accepted at the door. Proceeds go to Camp Tiger, a nonprofit organization operated by the freshman class of the LSU School of Medicine in New Orleans, WHICH holds a weeklong day camp each summer for New Orleans-area children who are mentally or physically challenged. For more information about the party, call Marly Dows at (225) 281-1222 or Stephen Sanches at (225) 315-3394. To make a donation to Camp Tiger, visit

You have until the end of the month, Friday, March 31, to save at least 10 percent off kitchenware at Savvy Gourmet (4519 Magazine St., 895-2665). People who live in areas that were flooded will receive an additional discount based on the depth of floodwater in your zip code, and everyone will receive a 20 percent discount on special "Savvy Sets," bundles of kitchen essentials picked out by the store's staff.

All reproduction footed tubs have been discounted as part of a grand opening special at Tubs 'N Things (4609 Magazine St., 895-0052).

Whole Foods Market Arabella Station (5600 Magazine St., 899-9119; will donate 3 percent of its sales on Wednesday, March 29, to the Gulf Coast Fishermen Relief Fund. The store is donating 3 percent of its Wednesday sales to different charities through April 19.


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