Katrina: Nine Lives

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WWNO (New Orleans) presents a 90-minute special, "Katrina: Nine Lives". The program traces the storm stories of nine different New Orleans residents. The program is divided here into three segments:

"Storm Warnings" includes accounts by writer Ronnie Virgets, CNN reporter Susan Roesgen, Mayor Ray Nagin, Maple Leaf Bar owner Hank Staples and artist Jacqueline Bishop.

"After the Deluge" showcases artist Jacqueline Bishop, Maple Leaf Bar owner Hank Staples, CNN reporter Susan Roesgen, merchant Bob Rue, writer Ronnie Virgets and writer Michael Sartisky.

"Where Do We Go From Here?" consists of narratives by guitarist Steve Masakowski, singer Germaine Bazzle, Times-Picayune columnist Chris Rose, and writer Ronnie Virgets. Additional commentary by writer John Barry, writer Tom Piazza, pianist Ellis Marsalis, land-use attorney Bill Borah and Times-Picayune editor and author Jed Horne.



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