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New Orleans: 10 Years After Hurricane Katrina, an Uneven Recovery

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While residents' attitudes have turned positive on average, great racial and neighborhood disparities remain. Read More »

Reader Giveaway: Win Dee Dee Bridgewater’s New Orleans Tribute Album Marking Hurricane Katrina’s 10th Anniversary

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Recorded with trumpeter Irvin Mayfield and the New Orleans Jazz Orchestra, 'Dee Dee's Feathers' guest-stars Dr. John and other greats. Read More »

Interview: Julie Freed, Author of ‘Naked: Stripped by a Man and Hurricane Katrina’

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A true story of one woman's courage to not let life's curve balls destroy her. Read More »

Longing For Normalcy After Hurricane Sandy

Will things ever be normal again? Read More »

Movie Review:Beasts of the Southern Wild

Look for Oscar nods, and an exciting new child star, from this breakout Sundance winner Read More »

Interview: Thanksgiving Memories with Author Rochelle Staab

Rochelle’s interest in the mystical began she overheard whispers behind closed doors about trips to a fortuneteller — a scandalous taboo! Read More »

Some New Yorkers React Predictably to Hurricane Irene Response

Once Irene passed over us inflicting much less damage than expected, the armchair quarterbacks were quick to complain about Bloomberg's "over reaction" to the hurricane. Read More »

TV Review: Treme – “Do Watcha Wanna”

Treme ends with the citizens of New Orleans in many different states, but all still trying to rebuild their lives. Read More »

TV Review: Treme – “Accentuate the Positive”

Fourteen months after Katrina, Treme shows there is still a lot of rebuilding to do. Read More »

Book Review: Katrina: A Freight Train Screamin’ by Cary Black

American determination and heroism at its best. Read More »