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Hurricane Sandy

  1. Hurricane Michael Threatens to Upend Florida ElectionsEven if Republicans don’t want to acknowledge that climate change is real, they have to deal with the political reality of more intense autumn storms.
  2. design hunting
    A Sunny and Modern Beach House in Breezy Point, 5 Years After Hurricane SandyFive years ago, Hurricane Sandy devastated Breezy Point, Queens, but new signs of life and revitalization are everywhere.
  3. L Train Crisis With No Good Solutions Receives Its Worst Idea YetBuild another tunnel?
  4. Developers Keep Building in Sandy Flood ZonesZone A and in harm’s way …
  5. Chris Christie Tells Hurricane Sandy Protester to ‘Sit Down and Shut Up’At an event marking the two-year anniversary of the storm.
  6. great room
    Tour a Rockaway Bungalow Restored After Hurricane SandyBack to its stained-glass, bunny-nose-pink self.  
  7. Reefer Madness
    A ‘Billion’ Oysters May Help Protect Staten Island from Future“They reduce water velocity, they reduce erosion of the shoreline and they reduce the height and intensity of the waves.”
  8. Markets and Malls
    New Amsterdam Market’s Board May Try to Resume OperationsThey’re “exploring ways that that can be done.”
  9. Markets and Malls
    New Amsterdam Market Is Finished on South StreetRobert LaValva says City Councilmember Margaret Chin “betrayed the community.”
  10. Lawsuits
    White Castle Customers Who Were Arrested Win $32,500 From CityThat’s a lot of burgers.
  11. Dog Lost in Hurricane Sandy Miraculously Reunited With Owners 18 Months LaterThey saw a familiar face at a local animal shelter as they looked to adopt a new dog.  
  12. 10 Design Ideas to Prepare Us for the Next SandyThe future will not be dry.
  13. Reopenings
    Brooklyn’s River Café Has ReopenedThe barge is back.
  14. Fort Tilden Is Still Choked With Sandy DebrisProbably won’t open this summer.
  15. Hoboken Mayor Says Christie Held Hurricane Sandy Relief Funds Hostage [Updated]Officials told Dawn Zimmer she could have the money if she approved a redevelopment plan favored by the New Jersey governor.
  16. Reopenings
    Sandy-Damaged Seaport Restaurant Nelson Blue Has ReopenedThe Kiwi kebabs are coming back next.
  17. ‘Finders Keepers’ Rule Applies to Lottery TicketsAs one Long Island man learned after Hurricane Sandy.
  18. Reopenings
    River Café Reopens Next WeekGo get some smoked-salmon-wrapped oysters.
  19. Reopenings
    Bruckner Bar & Grill Has ReopenedSouth Bronx!
  20. New York City Doesn’t Care About Disabled People During DisastersAccording to a judge’s ruling.
  21. Quote Of The Day
    Sunny Balzano on Post-Sandy Red HookSunny’s reopened on Balzano’s 78th birthday this year.
  22. Slideshow: 21 Glimpses of Sandy’s DestructionA new show aptly called “Rising Waters.”
  23. Why You Shouldn’t Care About Hurricane ForecastsIt certainly doesn’t mean anything to a coastal resident.”
  24. Hurricane Sandy Progress ReportA tour of the city’s hardest-hit landmarks.
  25. Hurricane Sandy
    One Year Later: A Look at New York City’s Restaurants After SandyA neighborhood-by-neighborhood look at how restaurants have fared in the 365 days since the storm.
  26. One Year After Hurricane Sandy, Meet the Families That Are Still HomelessAccording to aid groups, at least 22,000 households are still displaced.
  27. Sandy-Damaged Ellis Island Reopens Next WeekBut repairs won’t be completed until the spring.
  28. Reopenings
    Paris Café Reopening Almost a Year After Sandy [Updated]The Seaport restaurant is back.
  29. Remembering Hurricane Sandy, One Year Later, With Pari Dukovic’s PhotographsA new exhibit in Brooklyn.
  30. Leftovers
    New York Street Food Book Signing; Honey Grilled Cheese Sandwiches atPlus: the restaurant industry one year post-Sandy, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  31. Reopenings
    River Café Hopes to Reopen Within a MonthJust one more coat of shellac.
  32. The Last Hotel-Bound Sandy Victims Face EvictionThere are 350 or so still relying on city funds.
  33. A, C, 2, and 3 Tunnels Need Sandy RepairsBut for how long?
  34. Fire
    Fire Destroys Sandy-Damaged Jersey Shore RestaurantsApproximately 50 businesses have been wiped out completely.
  35. Bloomberg’s Sign-Language Interpreter Gets Even More AwesomeThe reluctant star works to expand services for the deaf.
  36. Reopenings
    Sunny’s in Red Hook Reopens August 29Happy birthday, Mr. Balzano.
  37. Reopenings
    Casa Pomona and Michael Psilakis’s Kefi Will Reopen SoonA broken water main took down two ambitious restaurants at once, but other things made it much, much worse.
  38. Army Corps of Engineers Literally Bringing Sand to the Beach in RockawayReversing Sandy with sand.
  39. It’s the Last Day for R Service to ManhattanLast train leaves Friday at 11:32 p.m.
  40. Reopenings
    Unsinkable: River Café Reopens Next MonthThe barge is back in action.
  41. Reopenings
    Owner of Brooklyn’s Sandy-Damaged River Café Still Plans to ReopenThe restaurant has not yet set a reopening date.
  42. Reopenings
    Red Hook’s Sandy-Damaged Home/Made Reopens TonightThe restaurant had to replace all of its equipment and electrical wiring.
  43. Openings
    Court Street Grocers Opens Red Hook Hero ShopHurricane Sandy may have delayed things, but the well-loved Carroll Gardens food shop’s second act is open for business.
  44. Osetra
    Koi at the Trump Soho Hotel Suing Insurance Company Over Sandy ClaimThe restaurant says it lost thousands of dollars after the power went out.
  45. Hurricane Sandy’s Death Toll Is Still ClimbingA 44th victim announced on Monday.
  46. The Eels
    Legendary Delaware River Fisherman’s Smoked Eels Coming to NYC ThisRay Turner’s weir-caught eels are typically only available at his off-the-grid shop in upstate New York.
  47. Bloomberg’s Brilliant, Radical $20 Billion Waterfront Defense PlanThe mayor leaves an immense to-do list for his successor.
  48. Goldman Sachs Janitor Suing Former EmployerAnd he’s suing.
  49. Truckin'
    Jacob Riis Park Gets Food TrucksDumplings and sunscreen — that’s all you need.
  50. Sandy’s Lingering Wrath to Close R-Train Tunnel for at Least a YearThe G train will take a lot of breaks, too.
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