Katrina

lies

The Pettiest Lies People Have Ever Told to Get Out of Plans

"I'm doing Hurricane Katrina relief work."
Anna Goldfarb
2.8.18
Year 2050

New Orleans Has to Work Fast to Avoid Washing Away by 2050

As climate change brings more and more extreme rainfall to the Gulf Coast, will the city take the necessary steps to protect itself from massive storms?
Mike Pearl
10.4.17
harvey

Fear, Flooding, Harvey, and Me

How I learned to fear the rain.
Michael Patrick Welch
8.30.17
Stuff

"It Was A Big 'Fuck You' to Katrina": New Orleans' Musicians Play On

Ten years after Katrina ravaged the homes of many of New Orleans' most celebrated musicians, the jazz and blues play on.
Anthony Taille
8.30.15
Travel

New Orleans Is Tired of Talking About Hurricane Katrina

The "remembrances" and "observations" and "celebrations" from that time and since are so intense that some residents are packing up and leaving town this weekend to get away from the media maelstrom and relentless sorrowful nostalgia.
Chris Rose
8.29.15
News

How Katrina Sparked a Black Skateboarding Renaissance in New Orleans

Ten years after the storm, a full-fledged community of black skateboarders is now thriving in the Crescent City.
Aubrey Edwards
8.29.15
News

The Lower Ninth Ward, Ten Years After Katrina

Amid bureaucracy, scammers, and confusion, the close-knit, predominately black community is a tapestry of hope and despair.
Shelby Hartman
8.27.15
Stuff

Living with My Post-Katrina Survivor's Guilt

While others lost everything, I stayed in FEMA-funded hotel rooms and lapped up pity from those who saw my Louisiana license plate. Instead of character, all I got out of Katrina was a party-friendly anecdote.
Megan Koester
8.27.15
News

Can New Orleans Heal Now That We Know Cops Shot, Killed, and Burned a Black Man After Katrina?

In officially reclassifying the death of Henry Glover, a 31-year-old father of four, as a homicide, New Orleans's coroner has began to correct one of the more grotesque examples of injustice of an era defined by it.
Chris Rose
4.8.15
Neither Big nor Easy

​The NOLA Hip-Hop and Bounce Archive Is Canonizing New Orleans Rap

The archive, started by Holly Hobbs in conjunction with the Amistad Research Center, collects interviews with New Orleans rappers and bounce artists to give hip-hop its proper place in the pantheon of New Orleans music.
Michael Patrick Welch
1.6.15
Photo

Chances with Wolves DJ Kenan Juska to Unveil 526 Collages in Red Hook This Sunday

Kenan Juska's new exhibition, <i>Daily Operation</i>, brings together 526 sequential collages made of garbage found on the streets of New York between March 2005 and November 2008.
Matthew Leifheit
8.14.14
Neither Big nor Easy

The Hidden New Orleans Flea Market No One Wants You to Know About

In post-Katrina New Orleans, Latin cuisine is beginning to thrive in the ethnic flea markets of New Orleans's West Bank neighborhood, where most of the vendors don't want people to find out about this hidden culinary treasure.
Michael Patrick Welch
2.18.14
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