“Sandy Recovery Still Lagging” is The New York Times’ editorial of the moment, bringing the topic of Mayor de Blasio’s less-than-ideal response to Hurricane Sandy to the same pages that have quartered the editorial board’s opinions on healthcare, minimum wage and the military’s use of torture. 225 more words
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James Cameron’s new documentary series, YEARS OF LIVING DANGEROUSLY, explores the human impact of climate change.
From the damage wrought by Hurricane Sandy to the upheaval caused by drought in the Middle East, the series combines the blockbuster storytelling styles of top Hollywood movie makers with the reporting expertise of Hollywood’s brightest stars and today’s most respected journalists. 51 more words
Once again, Mayor Bill de Blasio held a Hurricane Sandy-related event on Staten Island. And once again, Staten Island’s only congressman was nowhere to be found. 801 more words
Volunteering with the American Red Cross these last three years has been a great experience for me. When I first became a volunteer, I was unemployed and looking for something to keep me busy until I was able to find a job. 357 more words
For one city councilman, Hurricane Sandy was a blessing in disguise.
Speaking on NY1 last night, Councilman Donovan Richards labeled the 2012 storm that ravaged his Far Rockaway district both a curse and a “blessing” because the devastation brought needed attention to his corner of Queens. 273 more words