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Study suggests slow Puerto Rico recovery could enhance PTSD among residents

The Tenth Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina

Allegory, particularly in the form of personification, was one of the most important forms through which late Medieval society attempted to understand itself. 381 more words

Letting Go by Joyce Zonana

During the summer of 2005, I was living alone on Venus Street, in New Orleans’ Gentilly Terrace neighborhood, in a small Craftsman cottage I’d purchased two years earlier after breaking up with my longtime partner. 1,018 more words

General

RZA To Direct Hurricane Katrina Crime Drama

RZA is an amazing rapper/actor and is set to direct another film. According to The Maven, RZA will be not only staring but directing his film “ 231 more words

Entertainment News

Do You Make Enough Money to Survive a Natural Disaster?

Burning Worlds is Amy Brady’s monthly column dedicated to examining trends in climate change fiction, or “cli-fi,” in partnership with Yale Climate Connections.

When I began this climate fiction column in early 2017, planet Earth had just closed out its hottest year on record. 2,118 more words

Climate Change

BBC: 'Five Days at Memorial'.

So official.

Journalism at its finest.

Hey, hey! It finally got chilly in Austin last week (yes, it even snowed!), and I’ve been SO paranoid that this would be year #3 of having the Christmas Mouse come for a visit. 687 more words

Holly A. Phillips

BEFORE DISASTER STRIKES: FOOD PRESERVATION AND PREPARATION

   “A shield is not made in battle.”  This is an African mantra that has a message spoken by Eric Black at a panel discussion on disaster preparation. 1,299 more words

Sustainability