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Why Doesn’t New Orleans Look More Like Amsterdam?

When Hurricane Katrina’s storm surge flooded southeast Louisiana, living with water was a nightmare for New Orleanians. For the past […]

9/2/2015 | Read Story »

Where Do We Go From Here? Industry heavyweights share their hopes for Louisiana’s next governor

For at least the past two decades, Louisiana’s governors have consistently earned their stripes from the business community — winning […]

9/01/2015 | Read Story »

A decade after Katrina

Much thanks Regarding “Gulf Coast marks 10 years since Katrina’s fury” (Page A4, Saturday), 10 years ago, Hurricane Katrina slammed […]

9/1/2015 | Read Story »

Can New Orleans keep its downtown renaissance alive?

New Orleans developer Michael Valentino can stand in front of his latest investment and look in both directions on Canal […]

8/28/2015 | Read Story »

Katrina Brought Enduring Changes to New Orleans

A decade after Hurricane Katrina brought New Orleans to the brink of death, the city has come back strong. When […]

8/28/2015 | Read Story »

How New Orleans Built a Bustling Tech Hub in Katrina’s Wake

BRENT MCCROSSEN LEFT New Orleans for Seattle in September of 1998, part of enormous “brain drain” that hit the city […]

8/28/2015 | Read Story »

Private sector needs to invest in New Orleans

Ten years ago this week, I, like many Americans, was stunned by the news coverage of Hurricane Katrina’s devastation. The […]

8/28/2015 | Read Story »

10 years after Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans is vibrant but wary

NEW ORLEANS — David Herzenberg is back in the city he once called home — back to the place that […]

8/28/2015 | Read Story »