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Williamsburg »

See the 50 Cocktails Representing 50 States at a New Williamsburg Bar

Bargoers who finish the virtual "road trip" through all the state cocktails in a year earn free drinks.

Rockaway Beach »

High-Level Sandy Recovery Official Steps Down

Kathryn Mallon is the second Sandy recovery official to leave the de Blasio administration this month.

Rockaway Beach »

Sandy-Damaged Rockaways Chocolate Factory for Sale Months After Reopening

The Madelaine Chocolate Factory in Rockaway Beach briefly reopened.

Broad Channel »

Lawmakers Propose Delaying Flood Insurance Increases on Sandy Anniversary

The legislation will be introduced on Oct. 29, which is the anniversary of the deadly hurricane. 

Howard Beach »

'We've Been Forgotten,' Howard Beach Residents Say After Sandy

Many Howard Beach residents are feeling ignored in the recovery from Hurricane Sandy.

New York City »

George Washington High School Shelter to House Homeless When It Reopens

The shelter at George Washington High School will house the homeless when it reopens to students.

Inwood »

Uptown Gem Swindler Cove Badly Damaged by Hurricane Sandy

Hurricane Sandy uprooted trees and caused damage at Swindler Cove, a restored natural habitat.

New York City »

Gas Shortage Still Plagues New Yorkers After Hurricane Sandy

Drivers faced hours-long lines at gas stations across the five boroughs following the super storm.

New Dorp »

13 Houses Ripped from Their Foundations On One Street in Staten Island

"My roof is in that field over there," said a resident of Kissam Avenue sorting through remains.

Murray Hill ( Queens) »

'I'm Sorry I Couldn't Save You,' Says Brother of Sandy Victim

Anthony Laino, 30, was killed when a tree crashed through his 166th Street when Sandy swept through.

New York City »

How Small Businesses Can Get Help to Recover From Hurricane Sandy

DNAinfo.com New York rounded up ways for small business owners to get help after Hurricane Sandy.

East Village »

Good Samaritans Pitch in to Help Tenants Stranded in Darkened Buildings

Relatives, friends and even strangers are helping those without electricity or running water Downtown.

Washington Heights »

Uptown Spared Worst of Hurricane Sandy Wrath

Inwood and Washington Heights were largely spared as Hurricane Sandy wreaked havoc elesewhere.  

New York City »

PHOTOS: Hurricane Sandy Devastates New York City

Hurricane Sandy left at least 18 people dead and wreaked havoc across the five boroughs.

East Village »

East Villagers Who Lost Power Worry About Safety

Some residents of Zone A regretted not leaving as Hurricane Sandy wreaked havoc along the East River.