City Stomp: Neighborhood Beat Park Slope

When superstorm Sandy hit, it took us all by surprise, especially many of us living and working along the waterways of Brooklyn. Brooklynites are still putting their lives back together, and some of the hardest hit are the youngest among us. Enter City Stomp Music — a music organization that gave back by hosting a benefit concert at Littlefields.
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From Brooklyn Independent Television’s Neighborhood Beat Park Slope Ep. 49 Original airdate:3/7/13

Gowanus Industrial Arts Complex: Neighborhood Beat BoCoCa/Gowanus

When hurricane Sandy hit, it sent nearly six feet of polluted canal and salt water seeping in the Gowanus Industrial Arts Complex, which houses several businesses. We stopped by Build It Green! NYC and The New York Art Foundry businesses to see how they are continuing to recover and thrive, after the storm. For more information on Build It Green! Contact NYC; For more information on

From Brooklyn Independent Television’s Neighborhood Beat BoCoCa/Gowanus Ep. 49 Original airdate: 2/14/13

Drying Out the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel


A Volunteer Experience from Coney Island

From YouTube user mrskyelar:

Bringing Relief to Coney Island


THE FIRST 36 HOURS: An inside look at Hurricane Sandy

Exploring Zone A Neighborhoods After Hurricane Sandy

From Gothamist

Over the past two weeks photographer Sam Horine has been checking in on different neighborhoods devastated by Hurricane Sandy, documenting what he’s seen, as well as   volunteering his time. During these explorations and volunteer trips he’s been uploading photos to our Gothamist Instagram feed, along with some stories from the people he’s met. Click through for a look—from Rockaway to Staten Island. For more, check out Horine’s own Istagram, as well as his Tumblr, where he has large, unfiltered photos from New Dorp, Staten IslandRockawayLower Manhattan, and Brooklyn.


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