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Surviving The Point

"I just knew we were gone." After ten years, a look back at surviving Hurricane Katrina in Biloxi.

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Katrina +10

A video created to introduce the Sun Herald's Katrina +10 project for the web and on the Katrina +10 app

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Derek Terry

At age 26 cancer was the last thing Derek Terry expected. When pain finally forced him to the ER, where he was diagnosed with testicular cancer, it had spread to his lymph nodes, lungs and liver.

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More Than Just Lines

This is a multimedia presentation that utilizes video, slideshows and photographs to explore the tattoo…

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Grisham Brothers

Grisham Brothers from Amanda McCoy on Vimeo.

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Service Rendered

Within days after Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast the beginnings of God's Katrina Kitchen was on site, feeding thousands that were in need. Two years later the organization was forced to close its doors.

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Finding Home

After losing his job in the recession Jerry Myers and his family, including his two-yaer-old son, have been living in their Lincoln Continental for 13 months.

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Pictorial: Everyday Fishermen

Fishing on a pier has been a tradition among many on the Coast for generations.

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War: Not in Our Name

Two days after President Bush announced he was going to war with Iraq, Direct Action leader Andy Field spearheaded a protest that shutdown the main artery of East Lansing in an effort to disturb the normalcy of a nation that was now "waging an illegal war."