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Articles tagged hurricane katrina

Thursday, June 9 2011

‘If God Is Willing and da Creek Don’t Rise’: The Big Not so-Easy Keeps Its Head Just Above Water

Spike Lee has proven himself adept at juggling vast amounts of information and conflicting points-of-view.


Thursday, October 8 2009

After the Storm

In After the Storm, the young performers embody the complications of survival, the mixed sensations of pride, worry, and hope that shape their new world after Katrina.


Wednesday, September 9 2009

20 Questions: Terence Blanchard

The cerebral, soulful, three-time Grammy award winning trumpet player and composer Terence Blanchard tells us how our turbulent, dynamic world inspires his beautiful music.


Friday, August 22 2008

Trouble the Water

Trouble the Water reveals not only the terrors of the hurricane but also the political and personal valences of its legendary mismanagement.


Tuesday, November 20 2007

1 Dead in Attic: After Katrina by Chris Rose

New Orleans columnist takes readers deep into a devastated Crescent City.


Wednesday, November 7 2007

Jam band records a hip-hop powered tribute to its broken home


Monday, August 27 2007

Faces of the storm: how New Orleans is coping 2 years on


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