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Soul Survivor

Soul Survivor

Julian Broad

The 93-year-old Napoleon House Bar & Cafe, untouched by Katrina, in New Orleans' French Quarter.

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Soul Survivor

Julian Broad

Musicians' Village, an affordable housing community conceived by native jazzmen Branford Marsalis and Harry Conick Jr.

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Soul Survivor

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Overgrown foundations of houses near the levee breach in the same neighborhood.

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Soul Survivor

Julian Broad

At the Louisa Street Wharf, on the Mississippi River, New Orleans advocates, from left: Amy Reimer, chairwoman of the Visitor's Bureau; Sean Cummings, local developer behind Reinventing the Crescent; interior designer LM Pagano; Danny Hughes, chairman of the Port of New Orleans; cultural consultant Carol Bebelle, Carlton Brown, who is developing the city's World Trade Center; and local architect Allen Eskew.

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Soul Survivor

Julian Broad

The Wedding Cake House in the Garden District, above.

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Soul Survivor

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Top New Orleans chefs gathered at Restaurant August; in the Warehouse District. Clockwise from top left: Scott Boswell, Donald Link, Bob Iacovone, and John Besh.

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Soul Survivor

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Two views of Frenchman Street, in the historic Marigny neighborhood.

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Soul Survivor

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Two views of Frenchman Street, in the historic Marigny neighborhood.

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