Five Years Later

This Sunday will mark the 5-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. There are so many stories to tell about such a huge and devastating event. Here are just five of them. […]

Hope Floats In New Orleans

Today, a floating house is unveiled. Sure, there are floating homes everywhere. In fact, one need only look towards the Willamette River to see a ton of them here in […]

My Tribute To Reading Rainbow

In tribute to both the fourth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina and today’s cancellation of Reading Rainbow (one of the best children’s TV shows in history), I present the following book […]

Chefs Master How To Deal With Disaster

I’m not normally an Esquire Magazine reader, but who doesn’t love knowing the Best New Restaurants of 2008? But the part of the issue that most interested me were the […]

Trouble the Water Comes to Portland

What do you have planned this weekend? If you’ve got nothing on your agenda, you might be interested in stopping by Cinema 21, where Trouble the Water — an award-winning […]

O Katrina! An (Unconventional) Video Remembrance

Today marks the three-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. And as New Orleans holds memorial ceremonies, residents are also preparing for Gustav and the likelihood of evacuations…the first since 2005. In […]