In the wake of disasters and a sputtering economy, some eye a rebound on the Gulf Coast
A NEW ROUSES Supermarket slated to open in downtown New Orleans later this year is emblematic of the hopes that residents — and food retailers — have for the resurgence of the long-troubled region. The 60,000-square-foot store, nearby the Superdome where thousands took refuge during Hurricane Katrina, is at the heart of a residential and commercial development being built in the wake of the city's recent challenges. Those have included the Hurricanes Katrina and Gustav and last year's BP ...
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