New Orleans, Louisiana, as seen from above on August 19, 2015, 10 years after being struck by Hurricane Katrina. What is a Hurricane cocktail?

Graphic novels resemble comic books. The name for the drink came from the glass it’s served in that resembles a hurricane lamp.

In our post-Katrina lives, we had to adapt to abrupt loss and change, much of it painful. By Leon Neyfakh June 19, 2015 3:02 PM New Orleans, one day after Hurricane Katrina made landfall. In the 10 years since Hurricane Katrina battered New Orleans, there is almost nothing about the city that has changed more than its public schools.

NEW ORLEANS — The tropics are expected to remain quiet as we go into the middle of June.

NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana—After Hurricane Katrina, Doris Mitchell returned to her flooded home in New Orleans, hoping to repair the place where she’d raised her children. More than 1,800 people died across the Gulf Coast region, which suffered more than $100bn of … Much of the story in graphic novels is carried by the elaborate drawings and illustrations.

A hurricane made landfall at New Orleans. The military and federal agencies are performing house-to-house searches, rescuing New Orleans residents stranded in their homes due to flood waters caused by Hurricane Katrina. … Carlos Barria / Reuters Read more

Something else will be happening that will be interesting to watch. A home destroyed by Hurricane Katrina flooding waits to be demolished in the Lower Ninth Ward on May 12, 2015 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Boston, 2015, 95 pages, Grades 7-9. Ultimately, the storm caused more than $160 billion in damage, and it reduced the population of New Orleans by … Spain had declared war on Great Britain.

Bernardo de Galvez' ships (Governor of New Orleans) that were to be used to secretly seize the British post at Baton Rouge were grounded or destroyed, thus ruining his plans for invasion until the 27th. In New Orleans and the surrounding area, we all have pre-Katrina and post-Katrina lives. This local libation was created with rum at Pat O’Brien’s bar during World War II when whiskey was hard to come by. How Hurricane Katrina helped New Orleans reform a jail system overcrowded with minority prisoners and nonviolent offenders. The most popular drink with visitors to the French Quarter may just be the sweet red Hurricane, served with a big old cherry and a juicy orange slice. Hurricane Katrina, tropical cyclone that struck the southeastern United States in August 2005, breaching levees and causing widespread damage and deaths.

Members of the Oklahoma Army National Guard and agents from the Drug Enforcement Administration ride in a 5-ton truck performing block-to-block searches, Sept. 7, 2005. “Drowned City: Hurricane Katrina and New Orleans,” by Don Brown, author and illustrator.