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How well a family recovers from a natural catastrophe may be tied to the household's pre-disaster make up and socio-economic status.
NEW YORK, Sept. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Daily Beast editor-in-chief Tina Brown and president Stephen Colvin, together with HP and HBO, today announced their first annual Innovators Summit: Reboot America! to take place from Oct. 21 to 23 in New Orleans.
SAN FRANCISCO and NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 24 /PRNewswire/ -- KODA.us, the premier online community for employers to recruit young professionals, announced today that it received an additional $1.5 million infusion in private angel funding.
Commonwealth Fund patient survey finds few barriers to affordable health care, high patient satisfaction, and efficient care in post-Katrina primary care clinics.
By Rick Jervis NEW ORLEANS -- A record number of major feature films and TVpilots are being filmed in New Orleans and throughout Louisiana, creating an economic boost to a state rebuilding from the destruction of Hurricane Katrina three years ago.
By Jeff Miers, The Buffalo News, N.Y. Jun. 28--NIAGARA FALLS -- If you've been to New Orleans, you understand.
By Jeffrey Jones NEW ORLEANS (Reuters) - Yvonne Wise recalled many customers of her clothes alteration business as she marched past smashed homes and rusting, overturned cars of New Orleans' Lower Ninth Ward to the joyous sounds of a brass band.
By Stuart Grudgings NEW ORLEANS (Reuters) - Levee board consolidation doesn't sound like political dynamite.
Most of the air, water and soil around New Orleans is as clean -- and in some cases cleaner -- than it was before Hurricane Katrina devastated the region, government officials said on Friday.
- In medieval musical notation, a sign or neume denoting a shake or trill.