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America's favorite seafood? Shrimp. It's easy to see why; shrimp are available fresh or frozen, shell-on and peeled, raw and cooked. Shrimp lend themselves to countless dishes, from curries to gumbos to kebabs to stir fries. "Mom and I loved shrimp,"...
Special to the Tribune"The Confessions of Edward Day" By Valerie MartinVintage, $15.95, 304 pages "Let the Great World Spin" By Colum McCann Random House, $15, 400 pages Cities have served as one of the great subjects of fiction from Balzac to Dickens to Saul Bellow, and a...
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KIAHAuthorities are searching for a missing 25-year-old Louisiana man last seen leaving New Orleans to come to a Houston Rockets basketball game. Thomas B. Hartwell left home Dec. 6 and has not been heard from since that morning. He missed a rendezvous...
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FOX 5 San Diego StaffFour San Diego Lifeguards reflected on their time rescuing victims in New Orleans on Sunday, the fifth year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. The hurricane's aftermath became the costliest natural disaster in U.S. history devastated several states...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesFor blocks and blocks they appeared — grids, circles, numerals: In post-Katrina New Orleans, those symbols became indelible shorthand, modern hieroglyphics set down in fluorescent paint, runny marker, even chalk embroidered on the sides of what...
Inside the red-brick Oviedo home, a framed poster hangs by the front door with the words from a song recorded by Louis Armstrong: Do you know what it means to miss New Orleans. Theresa and Ron Haggerty know what it means to miss New Orleans. Theresa...
KTLA NewsNEW ORLEANS -- Five years after the ravaging storm, President Barack Obama celebrated New Orleans's revival from Hurricane Katrina on Sunday and pledged common purpose with residents in the continuing struggle to protect and rebuild the Gulf Coast....
The Glass Rainbow A Novel James Lee Burke Simon & Schuster: 434 pp., $25.99 In crafting his novels, James Lee Burke has been nothing if not consistent when it comes to quality. Or to characters and plot. His repeated battles of good versus evil in the...
KIAHFour years ago La Shonda Anderson came to Houston to ride out hurricane Katrina. "When we saw that it was heading for us and the Mayor said to get out we decided to run," said Anderson. The New Orleans native never knew the city she sought refuge in...
Penn State University tops the charts this year when it comes to the country's top party schools. The school known in part for its football tailgate weekends and fraternity and sorority scene snatched the title away from last year's winner, the...
The Associated PressHomebuilder Lennar Corp. has identified defective Chinese-made drywall in about 400 Florida homes, most built in the 2006 and 2007 fiscal years, according to a federal filing. The Miami-based company said in the filing with the U.S. Securities and...
GreenspaceEquipment that could have prevented flammable natural gas from reaching an explosive electrical spark aboard the Deepwater Horizon was disabled, a rig chief engineer technician told federal investigators Friday. The equipment in question was a pressure...
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