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By Human Utilities Whole Armour
On the fifth anniversary of the tragic events of Hurricane Katrina, Human Utilities Whole Armour premieres the only motion picture to have covered the City of New Orleans and the Port of New Orleans before Katrina, "New Orleans The Crescent".
By Paul Anthony Harris
Due to popular demand this saga is now available on Kindle (or other e-book reading devices) as well as in print. The book that John Lithgow has described as "stirring" is available in time for the 5th Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.
By Randy Kirk & Associates
The Los Angeles Harbor International Film Festival will feature the documentary "Mine" on May 2, 2010, at the historic Warner Grand Theater in San Pedro, CA. Showtime is 12:00 Noon and kicks of DocSunday. The film is an international award winner.
By Paul Harris
The author of "Diary From the Dome, Reflections on Fear and Privilege During Katrina" has set up a fun one question survey for anyone to participate in depending on if the New Orleans Saints defeat the Indianapolis Colts.
By Paul Harris
The author of "Diary From the Dome, Reflections on Fear and Privilege During Katrina", Paul Harris has pledged to the Superdome management to spend one full work day cleaning bathrooms for free in the Superdome the next time he travels to the Dome.
By Gillian Seely
January a Busy Month for Boston-Based Staffing Firm's Philanthropy Committee
By Paul Harris
The author of "Diary From the Dome, Reflections on Fear and Privilege During Katrina" will mail one free copy of his non-fiction saga of life in the Superdome to any U.S. library for every point the Saints score against the Cardinals January 16, 2010
By Paul Harris
"Diary From the Dome" author Harris has pledged 1/2 of any of his profits to charities helping to rebuild the NOLA area. Proceeds are from any new purchases of "Diary From the Dome" between now and Dec. 31, 2009.
By UMass Lowell
Sloan Consortium Honors Jacqueline Moloney for Pioneering Work, Excellence
By Paul Harris
Author Paul Harris has pledge that 25% of his book profits from "Diary of the Dome, Reflections on Fear and Privilege During Katrina" will go to charities in the New Orleans area. He challenges Obama to redirect 25% of Iraq spending to our own Gulf.
By Paul Harris
Paul Harris has pledge that 25% of his book profits from "Diary of the Dome, Reflections on Fear and Privilege During Katrina" will go to charities in the New Orleans area. He challenges Obama to redirect 25% of Iraq spending to our own Gulf area.
By Paul Harris
Paul Harris was a San Diego tourist who was unable to get out of New Orleans after the evacuation was issued. His memoir is a first person account of the horrific conditions he encountered in and around the Superdome.
By Terry Corbell
Hurricane Katrina put us on notice how important disaster planning is. Is your business ready? Biz Coach Terry Corbell provides a 19-point business continuity plan.
By TWS PR Firm
Author Daphne Marie Doucette is Taking Atlanta by Storm in wake of Anniversary of Katrina
By Grantham University
In recognition of the fourth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, Grantham University donated four laptops to The Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse For Greater New Orleans (CADA).
By Stewart Signs
Two years after Katrina a Stewart electronic sign comes back to life
By BOOK EXPRESS Publishing
BOOK EXPRESS Publishing gives readers a break by dropping prices 32% in a tough economy and issues a challenge to readers.
By BOOK EXPRESS
BOOK EXPRESS Publishing places 5 titles on Mobipocket.com the leader for reading eBooks on mobile devices.
By Book Express Publishing
Sampler Platter - the new free ebook by ESSENCE bestselling author D T Pollard is released by Book Express. This free ebook is a collection of excerpts from multiple books by ESSENCE® bestselling author D T Pollard.
By Amp'd Up Music
Adam's Attic whole-heartedly lays down their armor to present their most vulnerable release, Skylines and City Lights.
By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Post-Katrina flooded homes may contain harmful levels of contaminants in addition to sediment deposits. Indoor gases, mold films, and aerosols may also have exposed people to dangerous contaminant levels without the need for direct skin contact
By Rena Silverman
Three years have passed since Hurricane Katrina swept across the Gulf Coast, devastating New Orleans and leaving so many homeless and in need.
By Zara Green
With Hurricane Gustav looming, New Orleanians are going to have to flex their mental and emotional muscles to weather the storm, and here's help.
By Allums Publishing
1st Press Release by the group CHILD6.com whom claim to have predicted "Hurricane Katrina" and challenges the media to contradict this assertion. It's in support of their Book "On a Hidden Field" about a 70's Futures club consisting of teenaged kids.
By Zara Green
In our ever-changing world of uncertainty here's a way to create solid relationships to help all involved unite to embrace the unavoidable challenges that life presents.
By CA2NY Music Media
Daniel Gray, an upcoming international pop star, signs with Go Large Records for a highly projected successful campaign. The pop star is known for hits like "Lost and Found" and "Cast Away" which were inspred from Hurricane Katrina.
By Elocin Nire Marketing Group
Elocin Nire Marketing Group and Go Zone Now are among the nation’s largest real estate marketing and sales organizations to launch into the establish Go Zone area in specific counties of Mississippi, Louisiana and Alabama.
By Industrial Fabrics Association International
Levees reinforced with geosynthetic materials in New Orleans withstood Hurricane Katrina and flooding. Geosynthetics stablize the ground, reduce use of traditional stabilizers, conserve natural resources and provide a reliable building base.
By Seattle Repertory Theatre
Seattle Repertory Theatre presents: The Breach by Catherine Filloux, Tarell McCraney and Joe Sutton Directed by David Esbjornson January 10 – February 9, 2008
By Philip Harris
Multi-published author Philip Harris has received The LiFE Award: Literature for Environment for his newly released book, RAPING LOUISIANA: A DIARY OF DECEIT.

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