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Major corporations such as Carnival Cruise Lines, Southwest Airlines and others are investing in New Orleans' hospitality industry; new restaurants are opening; festivals are enjoying record-breaking attendance; armies of college students and volunteers are traveling to the city to participate in life-changing "vol-untourism" projects; and the New Orleans CVB is aggressively booking leisure and convention business for the future.
We finally cleaned up public housing in New Orleans," Louisiana Congressman Richard Baker said shortly after Katrina.
To be sure, no urban K-12 district ever rebuilt totally from the bottom up, as New Orleans is doing.
Project New Orleans has already organized an exhibition of student projects.
However, they are surrounded by areas that did, that lay in the path of ruptures of either the 17th Street or London Avenue canals, or the breach of the Industrial Canal, which was primarily responsible for the devastation of the Lower Ninth Ward, New Orleans East, and much of St.
Martin Episcopal School in the New Orleans suburb of Metairie.
Eighteen volunteers from the synagogue from ages 15 to 80, including their Rabbi, went to New Orleans recently to celebrate Shabbat (the Sabbath) with local congregants and then pack and deliver the Passover baskets.
How much of New Orleans remains abandoned and uninhabitable?
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) team provided an initial overview of the environmental health issues in New Orleans in relation to safe rehabitation of the area (CDC/U.
Virgin Islands following Hurricane Hugo in 1989; in and around Homestead, Florida, after Hurricane Andrew in 1992; and in New Orleans this year.
FEELING POWERLESS New Orleans, with its research centers nestled in flood-savaged areas, is another story.
More likely it will be years before New Orleans can be reconstituted.
Remember all those stories of gang violence, murder, and rape in the New Orleans Superdome and Convention Center?
The city of New Orleans was founded in 1718 by French settlers.
Stambaugh the party was over: The owner of the New Orleans gay bar Starlight by the Park kept his doors open as Hurricane Katrina thrashed the Crescent City.
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