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THE REFUGE

Its glory days past, stadium becomes high-tech shelter

By Tatsha Robertson
Globe Staff / September 2, 2005

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HOUSTON -- The Astrodome, abandoned as a pro sports stadium in 2000, has been converted into a makeshift village with cots on the former playing surface, a medical clinic, and computer technology for exhausted evacuees from New Orleans. (Full article: 504 words)

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