Maintaining Cultural Heritage in New Orleans

New Orleans has one of the nation's richest cultural landscapes, and arguably its most distinctive — an architecturally unique setting for rambunctious music and spicy food. Elizabeth Blair reports on how some of the area's most unique cultural landmarks held up against Katrina.

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