The massive storm, which killed 18, brought power outages, raging fires and historic floods.
Fort Greene parents and dog owners ventured out after the storm.
Brooklyn Heights' tree-lined strees were littered with leaves and branches, but had no serious damage.
Rep. Michael Grimm called the devastation following Hurricane Sandy a "mini-Katrina."
Dozens of trees were felled, but the neighborhood avoided major power outages and floodings.
Hurricane Sandy spared the neighborhood significant damage and flooding.
Many residents said they preferred to ride out Hurricane Sandy at home.
Hurricane Sandy barreled into New York, causing heavy winds, rain and flooding.
DUMBO, waterfront Brooklyn neighborhood, is entirely within Zones A, B, and C.
Here's DNAinfo's guide on where to get food and other supplies during Hurricane Sandy.
The worst of the storm will begin after lunchtime, ahead of the hurricane's landfall Monday night.
As winds battered the city, part of a tree fell and injured a Greenpoint woman, fire officials said.
Many NYCHA residents are determined to wait out Sandy in their homes located in Zone A.
Gusts of up to 55 miles per hour were expected to hit the city.
The 5 train was suspended between East 180th Street and the Eastchester – Dyre Avenue Station.
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