- New Orleans Times-PicayuneJun 19 06:17 PM
Former School Board member Lourdes Moran said she was told Ray Nagin asked "that we not reopen schools for a year."
- Bloomberg via Yahoo! FinanceJun 17 09:01 PM
Michael D. Brown -- the Federal Emergency Management Agency dunce and friend of George W. Bush - - who stayed far away from the Superdome as it took on water during Hurricane Katrina, with screaming local residents inside. Ten years ago, Katrina soaked 80 percent of New Orleans and damaged some 134,000 housing units. New Orleans, they thought, would be a nicer town if it were a little smaller ...
- BloombergJun 18 04:17 AM
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- FOX 8 New OrleansJun 24 08:20 AM
For the fifth consecutive year WVUE FOX 8 News received one of the most notable honors in journalism, winning three National Edward R. Murrow awards.
- Salon.comJul 03 04:38 PM
When the levees broke, New Orleans stayed in touch digitally. Here are some of their heart-wrenching stories
- Deccan ChronicleJun 26 10:31 PM
Mumbai: ‘Kick; director Sajid Nadiadwala has set his sites on one of Mumbai's oldest and iconic studios, Filmistan Studio. According to a report, the Bollywood producer is eager to buy the studio from its present owner, Anil Kumar Tolaram Jalan. If the deal comes through, Sajid could be the new
- Daiji WorldJun 08 12:21 AM
Washington, June 8 (IANS): From June 7 to June 21, NASA's Mars Missions will not beam any new data to the Earth as the Red Planet goes behind the Sun and the spacecraft and rovers take their biennial rest.
- rediff.comJun 21 10:13 PM
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- Louisiana WeeklyJun 29 10:20 AM
Harold Baquet, an acclaimed photographer and activist whose photos captured the heart and soul of the Crescent City for more than three decades, passed away at his home on Thursday, June 18, after a lengthy bout with colon cancer. He was 56.
- IANS via Yahoo Maktoob NewsJun 13 08:28 PM
Focussing initially on nature and vistas, poetry has, in the past century at least, become a largely urban phenomenon - both in subject and location of poets - and Urdu poetry is no exception. But there are still those who look beyond urban settings and preoccupations to incorporate pastoral rhythms, songs of the seasons and festivals, and other patterns of rural life in their verse. This ...
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