A MESSAGE FROM NEAR GROUND ZERO

Since this magazine began offering editorials in 1989 we have always provided our own commentary. On this, the occasion of the Katrina disaster’s fifth anniversary, we break from practice and present these dramatic words as seen from the street. This sign, created through the efforts of the property owner and Levees.Org, stands on Bellaire Drive in New Orleans near 39th Street.

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