New Orleans' Honeysuckle Lane In a middle-class neighborhood in New Orleans East, the residents of Honeysuckle Lane are eager to return to their homes, which were damaged by Hurricane Katrina. Robert Siegel tracks the residents, who are spread across the country, and their efforts to get back home.
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New Orleans' Honeysuckle Lane

Follow the efforts of New Orleans East residents to return home after Hurricane Katrina.

Stay or Go? Honeysuckle Lane Residents Decide

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Basic Services Stall New Orleans Recovery

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Honeysuckle Lane Residents Long for New Orleans

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A Return to New Orleans East

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Residents Eager to Reclaim New Orleans East

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