“Who you calling Pinhead?”
“Who you calling Pinhead?”
It’s been two years since Hurricane Sandy ravaged the shores of New Jersey and New York. Here is how Breezy Point, Queens, has rebuilt in the past two years.
After Hurricane Sandy shut down production of Cold Comes The Night, Bryan Cranston told the movie’s production assistants to each submit a script, and he would star in his favorite one during the downtime. This video is the result of that contest.
Hurricane Sandy was the second costliest hurricane since 1990, and other stunning facts about the storm last year, and the slow recovery in New York and New Jersey. A chart from Porch.com.
One of the sites most devastated by Hurricane Sandy, Seaside Heights, New Jersey, is getting a new amusement park ride this summer called SUPER STORM.
NJ Transit breaks out the black Sharpie, while reporters question whether the agency was ready for Sandy.
GOP leaders bring the bill to a vote even as most Republican members oppose it. “It had to come up for a vote,” Republican Rep. Fleming says.
When the weather throws us a curveball these people simply carry on as usual.
But most funding won’t come to a vote until later this month.
A last-minute decision after a bitter “cliff” fight. “The speaker is committed to getting this bill passed this month,” says a spokesman.
Christmastime in the New York City borough still recovering from October’s Superstorm Sandy.
Sometimes it takes a satire site to properly address a horrifying crisis. Definitely read the whole thing for some cathartic chuckles.
“The elephant in this room that needs to be spoken about is the impact of climate change,” says Edwards.
But the fiscal cliff could complicate matters. “It’s a large amount of money when the federal government doesn’t have huge amounts of surplus,” Schumer says.
Fire Island was devastated by Hurricane Sandy, but Lauren Forman’s online campaign could help it rebuild.
And how it’s recovering. An amazing report from Verizon’s terrifying subterranean cyber-swamp.
The governor — and his fleece — visits “Weekend Update.”
Devastation in the town of Rumson.
Team Rubicon pitch in at the hard-hit New York neighborhood of Far Rockaway.
President Obama surveyed the damage wrought by Sandy in New York. Mayor Bloomberg, Gov. Cuomo, Janet Napolitano, and other officials were in tow.
New York City’s Lilliputian leader struggles to peer over the president’s shoulder in Staten Island today.
Millions of peoples’ lives have gone back to normal post-Sandy, but some residents of New York and New Jersey are still struggling to recover from the storm’s destruction.
The newlyweds traveled to the devastated Far Rockaway’s to help give out supplies to those still recovering from Hurricane Sandy.
The Knicks’ oft-criticized star should get nothing but praise for this.
New York and New Jersey just can’t catch a break. Still-recovering regions saw between three and thirteen inches of snow Wednesday.
Sobering photographs from a part of Queens still without power more than a week after Hurricane Sandy.
Fulfilling a civic duty in the aftermath of a devastating storm.
“I think the decision by Romney to leave Chris Christie at the altar was the most devastating decision they made,” the MSNBC host says.
It was probably inevitable that the gas shortages in New York and New Jersey would lead to this.