October 2017, Vol. 244, No. 10

Editor's Notebook

Hurricane Harvey Rocks Houston

“The worst thing about this is that you know people are going to die.” Mid-afternoon on Aug. 25 and I was talking to our managing editor Mike Reed as we prepared to go home. Hurricane Harvey was approaching Houston. Everyone’s nerves were on edge. We knew we were going to get hit and hit hard, though being in a metro area of 10,000 square miles, you’re never sure where a storm will cause the most havoc. But the warnings were coming fast and furious from local officials and weather forecasters who did everything but tell us to flee. I’m writing this three weeks later. I look onto heavily traveled Richmond Avenue, shaking my head at this surreal experience. It’s business as usual here while

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