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The Washington Post
August 30, 2013 AT 3:25 PM
The birthplace of jazz was devastated by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. In the storm's wake, however, New Orleans' local musicians rose up to support their community and—some would say—save the city. Mark Mullins, founding member of the band Bonerama, and Times-Picayune music writer Keith Spera, author of the book, "Groove Interrupted: Loss, Renewal and the Music of New Orleans," join Nia-Malika Henderson to discuss the city's rebirth.