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Baikonur, Kazakhstan, is set to be replaced as the Russian space launching center, and ethnic tensions and economic challenges are already creeping into the city.    
Leaders think using guano-eating bacteria can fix the odor problem in La Jolla Cove, where the mayor has called for emergency action.    Gov.
Andrew M. Cuomo and Canadian officials announced an agreement that laid out a plan to improve the American side of the bridge that connects Buffalo to Fort

Erie in Canada.     More details on how to make sourdough. Soon after Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, in August 2005, residents of the heavily flooded Broadmoor neighborhood began organizing their recovery. They founded a local development organization to help repair housing and convert

blighted properties into new homes.
Another new organization helped create an “educational corridor” featuring a school, library, community center and cultural center.
Meanwhile, people working as “block captains” located displaced residents, asked about their plans, and persuaded them to return — even as the neighborhood was still coated with the physical residue of the flood.
When these residents returned to their old homes, the neighborhood group placed signs in their yards proclaiming, “Broadmoor Lives.” This community activism and involvement in the recovery process is an underappreciated part of New Orleans’ story in recent years, says

Karl Seidman, a senior lecturer in MIT’s Department of Urban Studies and Planning and author of a new

book, “Coming Home to New Orleans,” about the Crescent City’s renewal.“You
need to rebuild the civic infrastructure on the neighborhood scale in order for people to come back,” Seidman says.Different neighborhoods, same grassroots actionIn the new book, published this month by Oxford University Press, Seidman examines these local, citizen-based efforts in multiple neighborhoods in New Orleans.
The topic is one he knows as an interested observer: Like many urban-studies specialists, Seidman created classes and projects that helped get students to work on the recovery in New Orleans; he also offered advice and

help to residents of the

city.
Among other reasons, Seidman believes community-based recovery efforts can be successful because — as he documents — they occurred in markedly different types of neighborhoods. For instance, New Orleans’ Village de L’Est neighborhood was, and is, very different from Broadmoor: It consists heavily of Vietnamese immigrants, whereas Broadmoor has a group of longstanding residents, roughly two-thirds African-American and one-quarter white. Yet both areas produced intensive grassroots recovery efforts.“In Village de L’Est, it was a neighborhood that was very much organized around the church,” Seidman says.
“So the church played a strong role in providing social

support, moral support and material support.
But the church also organized the community’s voice to help get resources for the community.”In Village de L’Est, those efforts included everything from getting authorities to restore power to the neighborhood quickly to creating a new community-development organization, and even helping immigrants cross language barriers in the process of receiving aid.
‘The gap is at the community scale’Such efforts are important in the first place, Seidman says, because most organizations’ efforts at urban recovery, whether by government or private-sector developers, either address very large-scale projects or offer smaller-scale aid to individual families. That leaves open the question of how midsize neighborhood assets — schools, libraries, community centers, the infrastructure of local business districts — are restored. “A lot of recovery efforts are aimed at how the individual person or business rebuilds,” says Seidman, referring to programs

run by the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the Small Business Administration, among others. “And there’s a lot of support for rebuilding major infrastructure and facilities.
But the gap is this community scale. The rebuilding of a city is really a collective effort that happens by people in communities working to help each other come back, and to reduce the risk and uncertainty of rebuilding.”That last point may be hard to measure, but is crucial, notes Seidman; residents need to feel confidence that a worthwhile city will exist in the future. Even those yard signs in the Broadmoor neighborhood, he observes, “created a visual picture of people’s decisions to rebuild.”

Other scholars have said “Coming Home to New Orleans” fills a niche in the literature. Douglas Ahlers, a senior fellow at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government, says the book makes “an important contribution to the body of knowledge of

disaster recovery” by looking at “the often-overlooked intermediate layer of neighborhoods

and the role they serve in the recovery of a place after a disaster.”Indeed, Seidman says he hopes that some of the lessons of community-level action in New Orleans will be applied

more broadly, from neighborhoods hit by Hurricane Sandy last fall to cities that might be damaged by major

storms in the future. “What can we learn about how cities might rebuild better, if they can tap into this?” Seidman asks. And while there are many elements of recovery, he notes, ultimately, “Residents, through their own initiative and through these grassroots efforts, have really contributed a lot to rebuilding.
That’s an important story to tell.”
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gamification' of his musicSnoop Lion is to be the star of a new video game. Described as a "rhythm-action, beat-matching combat experience", Way of the Dogg will see the rapper's animated stand-in trade kung-fu kicks with blaxploitation-inspired fights."Everyone knows that Snoop is down with the biggest and best video games," he said in a press release.
Indeed, the 41-year-old has licensed his music and likeness to several previous games, including 2012's Tekken Tag Tournament 2, in which the rapper oversaw a special Snoop Dogg stage. "[I've dropped] hits on the soundtrack [and shown] the world I can go toe-to-toe with the best fighters on the street," Snoop went on, "but Way of the Dogg is the first true gamification of my music."The project is being produced by two UK game studios, Echo Peak and 505 Games. "The idea of creating an original game concept around [Snoop's] music and love of 70s kung-fu and blaxploitation movies was a mouthwatering prospect," said Echo Peak's Ciaran Walsh. They plan to release the game on 23 April, with versions for Xbox, Playstation, iOS and Android.Their
timing is deliberate: Snoop is set to release his new album, Reincarnated, later this month. And while it's a bit peculiar that Way

of the Dogg is coming out after Snoop has excised the canine part of his name, the rapper-turned-reggae singer said the game's storyline mirrors his own creative journey."They've incorporated the journey of my own personal reincarnation as Snoop Lion into my character – the environments and the path that players have to follow," he explained. "It's not just about who you are or where you've been but where you are headed to."Snoop DoggRapHip-hopReggaeUrban musicGamesSean Michaelsguardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies.
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| Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds It's two weeks into 2007, and chances are you've already broken your new year's resolutions.
We know how it goes. The MIT Sea Grant College Program has announced that nominations are now open for the Doherty Professorship in Ocean Utilization.
All non-tenured MIT faculty members from any Institute department are eligible. Department heads may submit one nomination every year. The deadline for nominations is Nov.
16.
The person

appointed to the chair will receive $25,000 per year for two years, beginning July 1, 2012.Endowed
by the Henry L. and Grace Doherty Charitable Foundation, the two-year chair opens the way for promising, non-tenured professors to undertake marine-related research that will further innovative uses of the ocean's resources. There are no restrictions on the area of research, and any aspect of marine use and/or management may be addressed, whether social, political, environmental, economic or technical.Final selection will be made by a committee that includes the vice president and

dean for research, the dean of engineering, the dean of science, the chairman of the Sea Grant Committee and the director of the MIT Sea Grant College Program, following review and recommendations from the Sea Grant Faculty Committee.
The vice president for research will appoint the new Doherty Professor in January 2012. While serving as the Doherty Assistant or Associate Professor of Ocean Utilization, the incumbent cannot

hold another MIT-funded chair.In
2011, the award went to Kripa Varanasi, Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, for his work titled, "Nanoengineered Surfaces for Hydrate Mitigation in Subsea Oil and Gas Operations."
Varanasi will conduct fundamental research on emulsions under subsea conditions. Currently, very little is known — for example, the physicochemical and environmental effects of the demulsifiers used to break down oil in the Macondo oil well blowout are unknown.Anyone wishing to be nominated should contact his or her department head. For nomination procedures and selection criteria, consult the website, or contact Kathy de Zengotita, Room E38-330, 617-253-7042, kdez@mit.edu. If former secretary

of state Hillary Clinton runs for president in 2016, don't expect Vice President Biden to clear her path to the nomination, former New Mexico governor Bill Richardson (D) said Sunday. Read full article >>     The second installment of Karl Ove

Knausgaard’s six-volume autobiographical novel.    
CANCUN, MEXICO - For years, policymakers and scientists alike have spoken of the need to save tropical forests as a way of curbing climate change.
By

week's end, U.N.
negotiators may finally set the rules of the road for doing it. In the new e-book “A World of Hurt: Fixing Pain Medicine’s Biggest Mistake,” the New York Times reporter Barry Meier makes a strong case that opioid drugs used to treat chronic pain, like OxyContin, not only are addictive and deadly but often don’t work for many people who use

them and lead to a range of additional health problems.    
Researchers found when women used an alcohol-free mouth rinse, the risk of early labor seemed to be decreased by three-quarters, according to the news service. The Foreign Ministry criticized a decision by United States authorities not to file charges against the adoptive parents of a Russian-born boy who died in
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