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Red Hook Gallery Offers Peaceful Contemplation in Works on Paper

Red Hook's Kentler Gallery opened a new exhibition Friday, just weeks after Sandy battered the area.

Red Hook »

Red Hook Residents Call for Marches, Rent Strikes, Lawsuits Against NYCHA

More than a hundred Red Hook residents came together at a community meeting Wednesday.

Lower East Side »

Cars Destroyed by Sandy Now Risk Alternate-Side Parking Tickets

Drivers whose cars were destroyed by Sandy could get slapped with parking tickets.

Red Hook »

Red Hook VFW Cancels Veterans Day Ceremonies in Wake of Sandy

It marks the first time that VFW Post 5195 has not observed Veterans Day in its 51-year history.

Greenpoint »

Greenpoint Artists Abandon Studios After Sandy Destroys Work

Some artists are giving up on the Commercial Street space that Newtown Creek flooded during Sandy.

Dyker Heights »

Boys Swept to Their Death During Sandy Will Share a Single Coffin

Brendan Moore, 2, and Connor Moore, 4, were swept away from mother Glenda Moore during Hurricane Sandy.

Gerritsen Beach »

Relative of Hurricane Sandy Victim Struggles to Pay for Funeral

Richard Krins, 68, was found dead is his Gerritsen Beach home on Oct. 31.

Midland Beach »

As Courts Resume, Officers Hardest Hit by Sandy Try to Pick Up the Pieces

Many court officers, the men and women who keep the courts secure, lost everything in Sandy.

Gerritsen Beach »

Hurricane Sandy's Good Samaritans Go to Extremes to Help

Good Samaritans have used a Jet Ski and a monster truck to help Hurricane Sandy victims.

Williamsburg »

Reopened Brooklyn Schools Help Those Destroyed After Hurricane Sandy

Schools received an outpouring of support from parents, principals said.

Chelsea »

NYCHA Residents Struggling to Survive Without Power, Water

New York City Housing Authority says 365 buildings are still experiencing outages.

Williamsburg »

Fallen Trees, Floods and Power Outages Remain in North Brooklyn

Residents in Williamsburg, Greenpoint and Bushwick remained without electricity Tuesday.

New York City »

How to File a Claim With FEMA

Here's how to file a FEMA Insurance claim if you've been affected by the storm.

New York City »

Two to Four Days for Con Edison to Restore Power to 780,000 in the Dark

About 780,000 New York City-area households are without power following the storm, Mayor Bloomberg said.

New York City »

Torrential Downpours Soak New York City

The National Weather Service issued a flood advisory and weather warning until 2 p.m. Monday.