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Hurricane Katrina Tribute 3 Verified

Aug 29, 2011

"sponsored by City Councilman Jon Johnson, North Claiborne Avenue between Tennessee and Reynes streets, 8:30-11:30 a.m." Quoted from News Source 1

Lower Ninth Ward

Oklahoma National Guard Memorial 1 Verified

May 22, 2011

A stone that was left by the Oklahoma National Guard, after their service during Hurricane Katrina. The stone was recovered from the 1995 bombing of the...

Loyola University

National Katrina Museum 0 Verified

May 19, 2011

Unopened museum. The article announced that the museum was to be opened in August 2010. As of May 2011, the building was vacant.

Lower Ninth Ward

Before (During) After - Exhibit 0 Verified

Feb 17, 2011

"Before (During) After is a visual and literary narrative of how Hurricane Katrina has transformed the lives and work of twelve photographers from Southeast...

Jackson Square

Katrina and Beyond Exhibit Ribbon Cutting Ceremony 1 Unverified

Oct 27, 2010

"Mayor Landrieu, city officials, and donors held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the $7.5 million exhibit." Quoted from News Source 1 (tense changed)

Jackson Square

Katrina and Beyond Exhibit 3 Verified

Oct 26, 2010

"Living with Hurricanes: Katrina and Beyond," a $7.5 million, 6,700 square-foot exhibit on the ground floor of the historic Presbytere in the French Quarter's...

Jackson Square

Lower Ninth Ward Memorial Commemoration 1 Unverified

Aug 29, 2010

"U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., was the keynote speaker at a 'Bravery, Strength, Resilience' commemoration sponsored by the Lower 9th Ward Katrina...

Lower Ninth Ward

"Commemoration and Determination: Katrina V" 1 Unverified

Aug 29, 2010

"Mayor Mitch Landrieu lead a memorial for the lives lost and a celebration of the city’s determination and resiliency." Quoted from News Source (tense...

Jackson Square, New Orleans, LA

Community Worship Concert 1 Unverified

Aug 29, 2010

"Several church groups were scheduled to perform. Sponsored by St. Bernard Parish government." Quoted from News Source (tense changed)

Sigur Civic Auditorium

Jefferson Parrish Ceremony of Remembrance 2 Unverified

Aug 28, 2010

"Parish officials and residents remembered those lost and displaced due to the storm and celebrated progress since then by cutting the ribbon for the...

Jefferson Playground

Celebration Softball Tournament 2 Unverified

Aug 28, 2010

"Government agencies and recovery partners competed." Quoted from News Source (tense changed)

Valriess Park, New Orleans, LA

Bell Ringing for Forgotten Victims of Hurricane Katrina 1 Unverified

Aug 29, 2008

Originally a traditional jazz funeral and candlelight vigil were planned, but due to Gustav, only the bell ringing service was held.

Mid-City

Charity Hospital Cemetery Memorial Ceremony 2 Unverified

Aug 29, 2008

"An official memorial to the victims of Hurricane Katrina. The final unidentified victims were laid to rest during a ceremony held August 29, 2008."...

Lakewood

National Katrina Animal Memorial 0 Unverified

Aug 29, 2008

Established on the third anniversary of Katrina.

1300 Poydras

Charity Hospital Cemetery Memorial 1 Verified

Aug 29, 2008

An official memorial to the victims of Hurricane Katrina. The final unidentified remains were laid to rest during a ceremony held August 29, 2008.

Lakewood

M.L. King Charter School ; Two-Year Anniversary Moment of Silence 1 Verified

Aug 29, 2007

"President and Mrs. Bush visited Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Charter School for Science and Technology, the first public school to reopen in New Orleans'...

M.L. King Charter School, New Orleans, LA

Dooky Chase Restaurant Dinner 1 Verified

Aug 28, 2007

"President and Mrs. Bush had dinner with cultural and community leaders at Dooky Chase, a famous New Orleans restaurant that had been closed since Hurricane...

2301 Orleans Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70119-5025

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