A look back at the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy in New York City.
The Salty Paw will keep Downtown dogs groomed through the summer in a pop-up shop on Pier 17.
The hard-hit park will be repaired gradually, as funds become available.
Both the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island will remain closed through 2012 due to damage from Sandy.
Millennium is one of 57 public schools that were damaged by floods during the storm.
The dog boutique is operating from the Seaport Animal Hospital after getting flooded during Sandy.
The 109-year-old Bideawee on East 38th Street suffered severe damage during Hurricane Sandy.
Residents of Knickerbocker Village are considering a rent strike after two weeks in the dark and cold.
Business owners at South Street Seaport are working tirelessly to clean up the damage caused by Sandy.
When Hurricane Irene hit New York City, Danny Hernandez, 35, was in Union Square Park to monitor damage.
Subway service was restored by 6 a.m. Monday as the MTA worked to get the city's transit system back on track after Hurricane Irene.
Most uptown residents said Hurricane Irene's damage was far less than had been expected.
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