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  • Nov 29 - Dec 5, 2005
  • Vol. 24, No. 144


  • Literary Responders

    From award-winning authors to poetic emails, New Orleans writers produced a body of work that was heartfelt, eloquent and in tune with the city's defining moment: Hurricane Katrina.
  • Back to the Future
  • Back to the Future

    In this excerpt from Tom Piazza's new book, Why New Orleans Matters, the author argues that forsaking the hard work that it will take to make New Orleans great again will cause irrevocable harm to the city's — and America's — soul.
  • Back to New Orleans
  • Back to New Orleans

    In noted local writer John Biguenet's exclusive Web journal for The New York Times -- excerpts of which appear here -- the guest columnist ponders his return to, and the future of, his devastated hometown.
  • "Dis Place Is Our Home"
  • "Dis Place Is Our Home"

    John Dibert Elementary schoolteacher Shannon Blady struggled to console her second-grader dealing with the death and loss of loved ones. That was the week before Hurricane Katrina hit.
  • 60 Minutes Man

    Citing Kusky as an authority on coastal erosion and subsidence is like asking a dermatologist to perform a heart transplant.






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