recovery

Where Y'Eat
1:19 am
Thu December 8, 2011

South by Southeast Louisiana at High Hat Café

The dining room at the High Hat Café.
Ian McNulty WWNO

It's the dishes with a bit of a drawl that jump off the menu at High Hat Café — the Delta-style tamales napped neatly in their cornhusks, a pimento cheese plate, homey sides of beans and greens and the restaurant's centerpiece, fried catfish with hushpuppies, a dish that's practically the fish and chips of cotton country.

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WWNO News Reports
3:29 pm
Fri December 31, 2010

Deadline Set For FEMA Trailer Removal

The city of New Orleans is giving notice to residents living in FEMA trailers that it's time to move. Eileen Fleming reports the city wants the trailers issued after Hurricane Katrina five years ago to be removed.

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Where Y'Eat
2:35 pm
Thu December 30, 2010

The Year in New Orleans Restaurants

Mondo, pictured, was part of a rich harvest of new restaurants in 2010.
Ian McNulty WWNO

If some people out there still don't yet appreciate the heritage of our cuisine and the natural abundance that fuels it, I really wish they would get with the program already. After all, I don't think our region can stand another brutal lesson in just how much it all means.

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Gulf Oil Spill
8:04 pm
Wed September 8, 2010

Northshore Water Monitoring Shows No Sign Of Oil

Ten teams are working the shorelines from Terrebone Parish to the west, along the coastal bays and up into Lake Pontchartrain. BP is paying environmental consulting firm Entrix to look for underwater oil. Clumps of white material resembling pompoms are suspended in the water. Staff scientist Chelsea Murphy explains the process it calls the "Sentinel" program, while on board a boat following teams motoring between buoys.

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Rebuilding
12:20 am
Wed January 14, 2009

College Students stay after volunteering

Hundreds of college students continue to volunteer in rebuilding homes throughout New Orleans, and a few are coming back to stay.

Volunteers who painted a two-story home in New Orleans last week are back home, getting ready to return to college. But there were two at the Broadmoor site last week who are home now. They both signed up for week long assignments last year through the Hillel foundation of Jewish students, and decided to come back for the long-term.

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Healthcare
3:29 am
Mon January 12, 2009

Ochsner Baptist opens ER

Ochsner Baptist Medical Center is now offering emergency room treatment, for the first time since Hurricane Katrina.

 

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Community
10:09 am
Mon December 22, 2008

Chris Paul opens hoops courts in NOLA

New Orleans Hornets guard Chris Paul opened the first of three basketball courts his foundation is refurbishing in the city.

Recovering Recipes
12:01 am
Thu December 18, 2008

Hurricane Katrina Loses To Taste Buds

Times-Picayune culinary sleuths Marcelle Bienvenu and Judy Walker are helping local foodies rebuild post-Katrina — one recipe at a time. They stopped by the WWNO studios to talk to our Diane Mack about their latest project: Cooking Up a Storm.

Recipes from Cooking Up A Storm, reprinted with permission from editors Marcelle Bienvenu and Judy Walker

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Magazine Street Retail Relief Festival
4:38 am
Fri November 7, 2008

Fourth Magazine Street Retail Festival

The Magazine Street Retail Relief Festival started in the early days after Katrina as an attempt to jumpstart local business. This festival, the fourth one, is Saturday, November 8, with merchants opening their doors to customers looking for a unique shopping experience.

Prospect.1
12:27 am
Fri October 31, 2008

International Arts Show Opens!

"Prospect.1", a large-scale international contemporary arts show opens in New Orleans with hopes that it aid in the city's rebirth post-Katrina.

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