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Elysian Fields Ave. Watermark (11) 0 Verified

Jan 01, 2008

A series of 12 watermarks on the neutral ground of Elysian Fields Avenue. The 12 watermarks are placed roughly .6 miles from one another. The artists...

6500 Block Elysian Fields Ave., New Orleans, LA

Elysian Fields Ave. Watermark (12) 1 Verified

Jan 01, 2008

A series of 12 watermarks on the neutral ground of Elysian Fields Avenue. The 12 watermarks are placed roughly .6 miles from one another. The artists...

6700 Traffic Circle Elysian Fields Ave., New Orleans, LA

New Orleans Habitat Musician's Village 2 Verified

Sep 13, 2007

"Musicians’ Village, a cornerstone of the New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity (NOAHH) post-Katrina rebuilding effort, is designed to both construct...

Upper Ninth Ward

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

President Bush Speech 1 Unverified

Aug 28, 2007

"The President and Mrs. Bush were briefed by State and local elected officials and community leaders on rebuilding efforts. The President then made a...

US 90 Bridge - Between Bay Saint Louis and Pass Christian, Mississippi

Flags - Lake Lawn Metarie Cemetery 0 Verified

Aug 24, 2007

"As the second anniversary of Hurricane Katrina draws near, 1,464 white flags with the hand-printed names of Louisianans lost to the killer storm cover...

Lake Lawn Metarie Cemetery

Lower Ninth Ward Village 0 Verified

Aug 01, 2007

A community center that was formed post Hurricane Katrina.

Lower Ninth Ward

Floodwall - Exhibition (Louisiana State Museum) 0 Verified

Jul 13, 2007

Floodwall is a vast and interactive exhibit that uses drawers recovered after Katrina to document loss and recovery. Artist Jana Napoli collaborated with...

660 N. 4th St., Baton Rouge, LA

Biloxi Water Line 1 Verified

Jun 01, 2007

Corner of Reynoir and US Highway 90 (Beach Blvd/Gulf Coast Hwy). The mark on this pole is over three stories high. The Beau Rivage across the street,which...

Reynoir and US Highway 90, Biloxi, MS

Biloxi Water Line 0 Verified

Jun 01, 2007

Corner of Division and Reynoir.

Division and Reynoir, Biloxi, MS

Biloxi Water Line 0 Verified

Jun 01, 2007

Water mark at the corner of Division and Lemeuse.

Division and Lemeuse, Biloxi, MS

Biloxi Water Line 1 Verified

Jun 01, 2007

Water mark corner of Division and Lee. It's by far the lowest one, and still approximately 10 feet, going by the man walking in front of it.

Division and Lee, Biloxi, MS

Biloxi Water Line 0 Verified

Jun 01, 2007

Water mark at the corner of Strangi and Division, which is about halfway across the peninsula.

Strangi and Division, Biloxi, MS

Biloxi Water Line 0 Verified

Jun 01, 2007

Telephone pole water mark corner of Oak Street and Back Bay Parkway.

Oak and Back Bay, Biloxi, MS

Biloxi Water Line 0 Verified

Jun 01, 2007

Corner of Division and Crawford

Division and Crawford, Biloxi, MS

telephone pole water lines 0 Verified

Jun 01, 2007

The City of Biloxi has painted water lines with blue stripes on telephone poles around the city. Many of them are on the area known as Point Cadet, which...

Oak and Division Street, Biloxi, MS

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Restoration 0 Unverified

Apr 14, 2007

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Lower Ninth Ward

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Shame on You 1 Unverified

Mar 08, 2007

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Lower Ninth Ward

Le Bakery Mural 0 Verified

Sep 13, 2006

Le Bakery, a popular Vietnamese-owned business in the heart of Point Cadet, a largely Vietnamese neighborhood, was rebuilt with the help of volunteers...

oak and 6th, Biloxi, MS