A Facebook group is helping residents of a New Jersey town hit hard by Hurricane Sandy recover their family photographs lost in the storm.
Fire Island was devastated by Hurricane Sandy, but Lauren Forman's online campaign could help it rebuild.
Team Rubicon pitch in at the hard-hit New York neighborhood of Far Rockaway.
"You don't need to ask someone 'in charge' what addresses need help. You can help yourself help someone else."
President Obama surveyed the damage wrought by Sandy in New York. Mayor Bloomberg, Gov. Cuomo, Janet Napolitano, and other officials were in tow.
"We always worry that they'll feel like, I'm going to be out on the street with my kids, so I'm just going to have to go back to him," says the director of a service agency.
Signs, many of them handmade, thank first responders and donors for all their help since the storm hit.
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.
"We take care of our business and then we go home to deal with the dark." Beach Channel, a high school in the Rockaways, was devastated by Hurricane Sandy, but its football team played on, and their coach's pep talk was a tour de force.
After an amazing Twitter conversation between Cory Booker and one Newark citizen who ran out of Hot Pockets during Hurricane Sandy, the snack food company decided to lend a hand.
More storm-rattled than ravaged, my hometown of Millburn, New Jersey is a pretty good example of what many NYC-area suburbs looked like the morning after Sandy.
New York and New Jersey just can't catch a break. Still-recovering regions saw between three and thirteen inches of snow Wednesday.
Hurricane Sandy means an urgent need for blood donations. But gay men still can't donate.
It was probably inevitable that the gas shortages in New York and New Jersey would lead to this.
The Ali Forney Center's main location was devastated when the storm hit New York City.
These are really cool and 100% of profits go to Hurricane Sandy relief. I can't decide which one I want.
A fading crusade is finally working: "guerrilla volunteering" for Occupy Sandy.
Hundreds of runners banded together on the day of the marathon to help those most affected by Sandy.
The funny, the absurd, and the truly inspiring. People can be great sometimes.
"If the storm doesn't go by fast I will build your city back."
While their parents struggle to keep them warm and fed, these kids make it through an experience they will never forget.
Bon Jovi performed "Who Says You Can't Go Home" and "Living On A Prayer" on NBC's Hurricane Benefit Show last night, backed by photos of the devastation in his own hometown area. Springsteen closed the show with "Land of Hope and Dreams."
Footage taken on 11/1/12. Set to George Gershwin's "Prelude For a Piano No. 1."
I've been training for months. But canceling the race was the right thing to do.
Sandy refugees find solace in Sex and the City slot machines.
Let's come together to raise money to help the people who are still suffering and rebuilding in New York and New Jersey.
Despite the power outage in lower Manhattan, businesses have been running as best they can to serve the neighbors who need them. Even when power returns, things won't get back to normal for weeks.
Considering what they've been through, this guy can do whatever the hell he wants.
Rage boils over on the South Shore, where recovery isn't moving fast enough. "Where are you gonna go? Next door?"
"I was charmed by your delicate and sophisticated appearance and your tolerance of the chaos we were subjected to."
Posing on top of a tree that just crushed a car will be great for the portfolio.
Along with bags of other clothes to send warmth to those in need.
The Bloomberg Administration has relented and postponed the marathon. The NYC Marathon starts in Staten Island just before the Verrazano Bridge. South Beach, a neighborhood nearby, suffered tremendous damage from Sandy. Here are 21 photos of what it looks like in some places there.
New Yorkers are a special breed of people. Here's how they've dealt with the disaster so far.
This picture, via the BBC, really puts things in perspective.
Fuel is in short supply as lines stretch for blocks, from downtown Manhattan to New Jersey.
And a third generator is idling nearby in case one of these fails, the New York Post reports.