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"The New Orleans Times-Picayune, which distinguished itself amid great adversity during Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath, is about to enact large staff cuts and may cut back its daily print publishing schedule, according to two employees with knowledge of the plans.    Newhouse Newspapers, which owns the Times-Picayune, will apparently be working off a blueprint the company used in Ann Arbor, Michigan..." - NYTimes.com 05 23 2012

"The New Orleans Times-Picayune, which distinguished itself amid great adversity during Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath, is about to enact large staff cuts and may cut back its daily print publishing schedule, according to two employees with knowledge of the plans. Newhouse Newspapers, which owns the Times-Picayune, will apparently be working off a blueprint the company used in Ann Arbor, Michigan..." - NYTimes.com 05 23 2012

Photographs of the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina by David Burnett

Photographs of the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina by David Burnett

Sean Penn rescued Hurricane Katrina victims. When the activist actor heard about the plight of tens of thousands of stranded New Orleans residents after Hurricane Katrina struck in September 2005, Sean Penn sprung into action, speeding down to the Crescent City and personally helped rescue an estimated 40 people stuck on roofs amid the floodwaters.:

Sean Penn rescued Hurricane Katrina victims. When the activist actor heard about the plight of tens of thousands of stranded New Orleans residents after Hurricane Katrina struck in September 2005, Sean Penn sprung into action, speeding down to the Crescent City and personally helped rescue an estimated 40 people stuck on roofs amid the floodwaters.:

August 29, 2005 | Hurricane Katrina | A pet waits for rescue...

August 29, 2005 | Hurricane Katrina | A pet waits for rescue...

Carol Highsmith's photo of a New Orleans house damaged during Hurricane Katrina in 2005

Preserved for the nation: One photographer's painstaking portrait of America's ever-changing landscape

Carol Highsmith's photo of a New Orleans house damaged during Hurricane Katrina in 2005

The Failed Response to Hurricane Katrina:  Tens of thousand of people were stuck in New Orelans without  sufficient food, water, medicine, medical care...or hope

The Failed Response to Hurricane Katrina: Tens of thousand of people were stuck in New Orelans without sufficient food, water, medicine, medical care...or hope

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