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Monday night college football viewing schedule

Week one's last hurrah is a bowl re-match, with Louisville's first game as an ACC school coming against the Miami Hurricanes. With head coach Charlie Strong and quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, the Cardinals beat Miami 36-9 in the 2013 Russell Athletic Bowl. Show More Summary

Miami Hurricanes Fan Paints School Logo on His Lawn

Some people show their team allegiance with wedding cakes, others just use their yard. A Miami Hurricanes fan showed just how much he loved the school by painting a humongous "U" on his lawn. [Twitter] Read more College Football news on

Nine Years After Katrina, Coastal Restoration Plans Remain Distant Dream for New Orleans

The scars of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans that remain nine years later are a reminder of the city’s vulnerability to rising tides and storm surges. Both Katrina and Rita, a hurricane that followed just weeks later, washed away miles...Show More Summary

National Disaster Preparedness Month: Send Me Your Good Ideas in Exchange for a Chance to Win a Book!

Today marks the beginning of National Preparedness Month. Whether you live in the land of earthquakes, fires, floods, tornadoes, or hurricanes here is your reminder to reassess just how prepared you will be should a disaster strike. And, such preparedness must extend beyond the humans in the household to all the critters under your care, […]

Hurricanes, Droughts and the Basic Weakness of Marxist Critique

Ismael Hossein-zadeh has an essay this week about how Marxism is better than Keynesianism at explaining the current terrible economic picture, and has better prescriptions for fixing it as well. To me the article is a great example of...Show More Summary

Saturday Stat: New Orleans Weathers the Great Recession

Partly because the city had just begun to recovery from Hurricane Katrina when the Great Recession began, it suffered less job loss relative to its pre-recession state and GDP actually grew 3.9% between 2008 and 2011. No other southern metropolitan area cracked 2% in the same period. Charles Davidson, writing for EconSouth, offers the following […]

A Look Back: 14 Moments With New Orleans and Hurricane Katrina

  It’s hard to believe it’s been 9 years since Hurricane Katrina made landfall on August 9th, 2005. Striking Images From Hurricane Katrina Almost a decade later, the people of New Orleans (and the entire the gulf coast

Four-Links – Holden Hurricane revisited, Tri-Magnum, Miss Bacfire, Ford’s SOHC

2 days agoVehicles / Cars :

The restoration of the Holden Hurricane concept car by Holden took place back in 2011, and while we already hit it up for Four-Links back then, Car Build Index this week assembled a big batch of photos of the Hurricane in period, in restoration, and in flagrante on the track. Speaking of wedge-shaped […]

Kidd Kidd’s ‘Mr. Rogers’ Reflects On Hurricane Katrina’s Impact Nine Years Later


9 Years After Hurricane Katrina: New Orleans' Lower Ninth Ward and Recovery

The group of citizens gathered today alongside the levee which runs the length of the Industrial Canal, in the Lower Ninth Ward, the hardest hit, the place where so many lost their lives. The names written on a banner reminded us ofShow More Summary

McCain’s Birthday Brings Up Bad Katrina Memories

John McCain celebrates his seventy eighth birthday today, which also marks the ninth anniversary of the Category 5  hurricane that demolished New Orleans.  Katrina hit the Gulf Coast with such a fury, yet no one in the GOP seemed to realize the severity of the situation until it was much too late.  On August 29, 2005, President Bush [...]

NASA sees Hurricane Cristobal racing through North Atlantic

Satellite imagery shows Hurricane Cristobal racing through the North Atlantic on Friday, August 29 while losing its tropical characteristics. An image from NOAA's GOES-East satellite showed Cristobal headed south of Greenland. The previous day, NASA's TRMM satellite saw heavy rainfall occurring in the hurricane. read more

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In the summer of 2004, Hurricane Charley roared out of the Gulf of Mexico and swept across Florida to the Atlantic Ocean. The storm claimed twenty-two lives and caused $11 billion in damage. It also left in its wake a debate about price gouging. - From Justice: What's the Right Thing to Do? by Michael J. Sandel

I Got You Covered: Ensuring Your Business Has Insurance When You Need It

Just in the last few years, there's been Hurricane Sandy thundering up the East Coast and causing more than $8 billion in damage to businesses just in New Jersey alone. On the other coast in California, the drought this year has racked up more than $2 billion in losses and cost thousands of job. Show More Summary

NASA Satellite Sees Tropical Storm Marie from Space (Photo)

3 days agoNews : The Newsroom

A NASA satellite has captured the once-mighty Hurricane Marie losing steam over the cool waters of the eastern Pacific Ocean. NASA's GOES-West satellite snapped a photo of Marie at 11:00 a.m. EDT (1500 GMT) Thursday (Aug. 28), the same day the maelstrom was downgraded from a hurricane to a tropical storm. Show More Summary

Coming Attractions?: Rejoice! The Audubon Nature Center is Coming Back!

photo via Audubon Nature Institute For many, today is as much a day of remembrance as it is still rebuilding. One of the ways that residents are marking the ninth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina is by volunteering and one...

Kidd Kidd – Mr. Rogers

On the 9 year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, Kidd Kidd releases “Mr. Rogers” dedicated to New Orleans. Fuk Da Fame drops next month. Previously: Kidd Kidd – Die For (Video)

Tulane-Tulsa Opener Is a Double Overtime Thriller

Greg Laughlin started his 2014 tour in Tulsa, where the Golden Hurricane were playing host to the Green Wave of Tulane. He picked a good opener because the game went into double overtime with Tulsa prevailing, 38-31, before 19,032 fans....

if you enjoy sitting on counters…

A massive hurricane is currently tearing up the ocean just off the coast of Mexico, and the surf here in Southern California is huge. Waves between fifteen and twenty feet have been common, and on Wednesday, Anne and I went down to the beach to see them for ourselves, and take a long walk along […]

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