Articles tagged Hurricane Sandy
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The New Old Neighborhood

By Marwa Helal | July 15, 2014 | Open City

I quickly learn this view has cost this business a lot. Irina remembers all the people who left after hurricane Sandy struck in the fall of 2012. “They lost so much, their homes…and then with the businesses closed, they had no work to stay for.”

Red Hook Revisited

By Jesse Hardman | October 24, 2013 | Open City

We set up a table with hot cider to stave off the chill, and little by little, over the course of three hours, 20 participants came by to strut their stuff…

Young, Political, Hungry: Carlos Menchaca Dishes

By Esther Wang | October 15, 2013 | Open City

“Manhattan gets everything. No more, no more…Our next mayor is going to be from Brooklyn no matter who wins.”

An Island and Its Storm: Sandy’s Aftermath In Pictures and Poetry

By Jen Fitzgerald | December 6, 2012 | Open City

Remaining unnoticed is not a new thing for Staten Island.

Anatomy Of A Fuel Shortage: The Hess Station on Liberty Avenue in Queens

By Rishi Nath | November 19, 2012 | Open City

From Libya to Liberty Avenue, Hess was making a killing.

Diwali 2012: The Festival of Lights After Hurricane Sandy

By Hasanthika Sirisena | November 14, 2012 | Open City

In Jersey City’s India Square, the Hindu holiday is tempered and celebrated privately.

Scenes From Sandy: South Queens Recovers, Slowly

By Rishi Nath | November 3, 2012 | Open City

Dispatch from Far Rockaway and Jamaica in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.

Post Sandy, Day 4: Hester Street in Lower Manhattan

By Ken Chen | November 2, 2012 | Open City

Community organizers distributed supplies and canvassed buildings for two days before FEMA showed up to offer aid.

In Sandy’s Wake, New York’s Landscape of Inequity Revealed

By Michelle Chen | November 2, 2012 | Open City

New York will survive Sandy, but so will the city’s persistent inequalities and environmental precarity.

Hurricane Sandy: The Storm’s Impact on Immigrant Workers and Organizations

By Sukjong Hong | November 1, 2012 | Open City

For outer borough residents and the linguistically isolated, the future is less clear.

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