Lakeview In New Orleans: The Comeback
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By that time, one hurricane, in 1915, had already leveled Bucktown. The village made a comeback but was hammered again by a 1947 storm. The lakefront levee was then raised, eliminating most camps on the shoreline. The last camps in the 17th Street Canal were removed in 1988.
This fundraising event, called the Second Line Processional and Sneaker Ball, will celebrate the rich past, current comeback and promising future both of Cleveland and Karamu House, a national pioneer in interracial theater.
The reborn Ritz-Carlton hotel, which underwent more than $100million in renovations during the 15 months it was closed, is amilestone in the comeback of an industry that is considered crucial tothe city's future--its hotels, backbone of the $5 billion annualtourism and convention business that drives the economy.
Ten years after Katrina, New Orleans remains a work in progress, aiming to reverse historic racial and economic injustices. The city has capitalized on \"the power and the spirit of the comeback\" since Katrina, said Michael Hecht of Greater New Orleans Inc., an economic development agency.
In the 1960s, the entire airport was encased in concrete walls in case of the event of a nuclear fallout and in 2005; the airport took on more damage from Hurricane Katrina: four feet of water inside. Some thought the airport would be doomed and never be able to make a comeback. However, after undergoing years of renovation by Alton Ochsner Davis of Richard C. Lambert Consultants, the New Orleans Lakefront Airport is finally open to the public again.
Making a huge comeback post-Katrina, Lakeview is filled with both new construction and complete remodels. Take a walk or ride down Harrison Avenue and check out the neighborhood shops and restaurants that line the street, allowing residents to shop, dine and be entertained right in their own community. 781b155fdc