Part of your emergency preparedness plan should include plans for evacuating. Think about how you will connect with your family members and where you will all go. 203 more words
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NEW ORLEANS — Hurricane season is here, and all it takes is one severe storm to damage your home.
That’s why WGNO meteorologist Adam Bowles made a quick safety stop at Chief Meteorologist Hank Allen’s house to make sure his house was ready to weather any storm. 150 more words
Our pleasant summers typically create a musical wave of touring performers in our region. Today’s show explores the music of performers from New Orleans (and Lafayette) who will be touring our area soon. 336 more words
I was 15 when Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans and the surrounding area, so much of the detail I missed at the time. Reading these interviews and stories from these thirteen residents of New Orleans was a heartbreaking, eye-opening experience. 108 more words
There is no such thing as a true story.
I know this because my daughter insists I told her to put her dirty dishes in the sink when I know I told her to put them in the dishwasher, and because my sister swears that on a late summer night in 1990 I deliberately flicked a Japanese beetle into her mouth when – … 2,140 more words