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Tolerating the Storm

This is a blog entry by Nathan Rothstein, a volunteer with the Phoenix of New Orleans. This post is a reflection on what local neighborhoods were like before the storm and how they can change with the rebuilding process. The entry also touches on the violence that has plagued the city since Katrina.

Red, White, and Blues

This is a blog entry by Nathan Rothstein, a volunteer with the Phoenix of New Orleans. This post describes the morale, outlook, and everyday struggles of residents of New Orleans during Independence Day 2006.

PNOLA Student Corps

This is a blog entry by Nathan Rothstein, a volunteer with the Phoenix of the New Orleans (PNOLA). This entry is about PNOLA's effort to mobilize local university students to form a student corps.

Galvez Promenade

This is a blog entry by Nathan Rothstein, a volunteer with the Phoenix of New Orleans. Nathan is involved in helping to plan and rebuild open space areas in the Tulane/Gravier neighborhood. In this post, he talks about plans for the new Galvez Promenade, a multi-purpose area that can be used for informal social gatherings.

Planning Process Part 3

This is a blog by Nathan Rothstein, a volunteer with the Phoenix of New Orleans. This entry continues to explore the planning process to rebuild the Tulane/Gravier neighborhood.