"Galveston's Coming Back -- It Looks Like Home Again"
Marie Creasy is the manager of the Poop Deck on Galveston's Seawall, so she's been at Ground Zero for the past year's efforts to recover from Ike.
As far as she can tell, things are back: "Everybody seems to be putting their lives back together, and those that aren't putting their lives back together are leaving, they're going somewhere else."
Take a look at Galveston and its surroundings, one year after Ike the Bastard, in this week's feature story by John Nova Lomax.
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