It's Katrina Week so get ready for the run of obligatory retrospectives. Not that there's anything wrong with that. I don't count myself among the number who would tell you this is old irrelevant news. On the contrary, there's almost nothing going on in New Orleans today that can be understood without first understanding the effect of the flood. So it's worth it for everyone to take time for reflection and examination.
On the other hand, this is the week where national news outlets and producers of commentary feel obliged to weigh in with gross distortions and harmful agenda-laced false narratives. For example, here is an article suggesting that the forced upheaval of so many lives actually held a "silver lining" for displaced residents. Get ready to read more of this as we perfect our rationalizations for the subsequent gentrification of New Orleans. Ask around the (relatively) more affluent corners of New Orleans these days and you might be surprised to hear how many people seem to think Barbara Bush was right all along. Not that anyone you ask will remember that quote... especially if they've only recently moved here.
Anyway, what else is there? Oh yeah clickbait. Professional media runs more on clickbait now than it did nine years ago so there will be plenty of that. Keep an eye out for Buzzfeed's Katrina Remembered In GIFs of Beyonce Making Funny Faces.. or maybe they've got another slideshow of Six Flags photos to share.
If you're looking for a less cynical presentation of images, though, this T-P Then and Now gallery is worth a moment of your time.