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Spike Lee wins Polk Award for New Orleans documentary

Lee, the director of "Malcolm X" and "Do the Right Thing," was honored for "When the Levees Broke: A Requiem in Four Acts," along with its producer, Sam Pollard. They won the award for documentary television for illustrating evidence of the government's poor performance in the aftermath of the August 2005 storm. AP

If you missed it on HBO, click here to see some of When the Levees Broke Act II

High, Low Of Post-Katrina New Orleans CBS
Jazz singer Ellen Smith admits she thought about staying away, "But you can't be a New Orleans jazz singer living in Dallas."

Crime turning New Orleans into Big Uneasy REUTERS

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