Title: "After the Levees Failed"
Episode Number: 93
Production Date: March 14th, 2006
Running Time: 30:00
Just thought I should mention that we are working on ROX #93. Because of recent traumaticalizing events, it's not gonna be about “Hangover Cures” as originally planned. It's gonna be about Hurricane... [More...]
ROX #93 is done at last and available for your viewing pleasure. Perhaps pleasure is the wrong word, as this episode deals with some pretty painful stuff: namely the aftermath of Hurricane... [More...]
Well, I finally got to see this episode. It's by far my favorite since ROX awoke from its long hibernation.
It's tricky to cover a tragedy of this magnitude in a show like this, but I believe... [More...]
I found it sad to watch, but at the same time a bit therapeutic. Life as human perseverance stares into the face of disaster, and fun with ducktape.
Superb work here. Really captured the ambiguity of the situation and the ambivalence we all feel about the situation in New Orleans now. Even if we're committed to staying and making things work,... [More...]
“After The Levees Failed” is, like many episodes of ROX, amazing tv!
This time, though, it’s because we see a national catastrophe not through the media’s eyes, but through the eyes... [More...]
ROX #93 taught me one thing.
After Levees fail...there is always room for one more Dinty Moore Beef Stew...
We were recently honored to get some great music from two bands, written just for ROX, inspired by the ill wind known as Katrina: Cold Wind by... [More...]
Television viewers in Bloomington, Indiana, will soon have a chance to see how we fared during Hurricane Katrina. Thrill to our harrowing evacuation! Sigh with relief as we take refuge in the city of... [More...]
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Anything for the sake of art: Day straps a phone to J's head with duct tape.
Xy vows a quick return to New Orleans on the eve of Katrina's landfall. Little did she know she would not see her home for two and a half months.
Editor B examines the floodline on his house in Mid-City New Orleans.