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.
Warning: Plates (and pop culture reference) outdated.
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.
The Sandy-battered NYC borough has a new kind of flood to worry about. A very smelly flood.
These are really cool and 100% of profits go to Hurricane Sandy relief. I can’t decide which one I want.