Ralph Brennan wants people to know New Orleans is back and ready to take on all the convention and tourism business his hometown can handle.But two years after Hurricane Katrina’s fury unleashed flooding that devastated the city and forced an evacuation, Brennan is on a mission to combat the doomsayers, some of them in media and travel circles, who continue to spread the falsehood that New Orleans is in dire straits.Brennan, a member of the legendary New Orleans restaurant clan of the same ...
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