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Posts Tagged ‘Katrina’

Treme: Beyond Bourbon Street (HBO)

Explore the diverse cultures, traditions, music and food of New Orleans in this in-depth look at the new HBO drama series “Treme.” For more information, log onto HBO.com. Duration : 0:29:7

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NRA: The Untold Story of Gun Confiscation After Katrina

The video you will see on this web site is horrifying. The crimes committed against law-abiding gun owners are beyond comprehension. The arrogance of anti-gun politicians and government officials and their hate of freedom will churn your stomach. The law is the law, the Constitution is the Constitution. If ONE local mayor or police chief…

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Restoring New Orleans Restaurants

New Orleans is world famous for its music, architecture, diversity and, perhaps most of all, its food. This documentary portrays the state of restaurants in New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina. It includes interviews with chefs who lost their restaurants to the flooding as well as those who cooked for first responders and nourished the soul…

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Hurricane Katrina: New Orleans live video.

Live video of the storm making landfall in New Orleans. HurricaneNow.com’s Jeff Flock reports from the roof of a parking garage (Peters and University) during the landfall of Hurricane Katrina on Monday August 29. Duration : 0:3:16

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SECRET NEW ORLEANS: TJ & Di Hoochie Coochie Ladies!

VIEUX CARRÉ CONFIDENTIAL! (series) episode #9! TJ Fisher and Di adventures! Drinks and tea with TJ and Di! Start the day with the zany duo, and enjoy a rollicking behind-the-scenes French Quarter morning! Wake up with CNN’s anchorwoman Robin Meade, but come home with TJ and Di, and live their life! So absurd, absolutely fabulous,…

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Katrina defies magazine and reaches its 40th anniversary

Metairie, LA (PRWEB) December 7, 2005 From a temporary office near Baton Rouge and its staff scattered throughout the state, New Orleans Magazine reaches its 40th anniversary with its first issue post-Katrina, and now the Renaissance. “The question is what should be done to rebuild New Orleans. It can be found in Barnes and Noble…

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