LEGAL UNDERGROUND PODCAST Episode #48 . . . On today's show: A blow-by-blow account of my recent trip to New Orleans. Running time: 15 minutes.
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Additional show notes and sources:
1. "Watermark: Can Southern Louisiana Be Saved," by Elizabeth Kolbert in the New Yorker;
2. Wikipedia: "Effect of Hurricane Katrina on New Orleans."
3. "Rebuilding Affordable Housing in New Orleans," by Susan J. Popkin, Margery Austin Turner, Martha R. Burt, Urban Institute.
4. Music notes--
- "The (New) Call of the Freaks," by Luis Russell;
- "Get the L On Down the Road," by Bill Johnson and the Louisiana Jug Band;
- "Plow Boy Hop," by Grinnel Griggers
5. Although I didn't listen to it until after I finished this show, the current Coast to Coast podcast is titled "Katrina Update," and focuses on the New Orleans legal community. Guests include Monica Bay and Ernie Svenson ("Ernie the Attorney").
PHOTO UPDATE: I posted some more photos from my trip at Flickr.