Tag Archives: Hurricane Katrina

Places Remembered

“The Yellow House,” by Sarah M. Broom. The New Yorker, 8/24/2015. This moving New Yorker article describes Sarah M. Broom’s family’s experience with hurricane Katrina in New Orleans and her recent return to find much still remains undone and in … Continue reading

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Fats Domino and the Fallacy of Memory

When I saw in our newspaper that Fats Domino turned 85, I did a Google search on him.  Eighty-five is an unusually old age for someone who was always known as “Fats.” The latest photo of him I could find … Continue reading

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