Comfortably Numb, Roger Waters & Eddie Vedder, Madison Square Garden, Hurricane Sandy Relief Concert, New York, December 12th, 2012
Emergency responders and members of the public can now get a birds-eye view of some of the destruction caused by Hurricane Sandy.
Through NOAA's National Geodetic Survey website, visitors can view a map of the region and click on an icon to view a thumbnail or high-definition image of a specific area. Images are now available for some of the Northeast's hardest-hit areas, including: Atlantic City, NJ., Seaside Heights, N.J., Ocean City, Md., and parts of Delaware.
Move your mouse back and forth over each image to view the "before and after" comparison. "Before" image captured by Google; "After" image captured by NOAA's National Geodetic Survey.
This documentary was shot, edited, and directed by Jeff Pinilla.
This is the story of what a local news team has to go through to get their story on the air. In this case, the story is Hurricane Sandy, the biggest storm to hit the east coast in recorded history.
Special thanks to Arthur Chi'en, Kenton Young, James Seelinger, and the news team at PIX11.
Special thanks to Tribune Creative Group for allowing me to have the necessary tools to tell this story.
From Matthew Kraus
5:30 minutes of footage during the buildup and height of Hurricane Sandy as seen at the corner of 14th street and Avenue C in the East Village of New York City. Ariel shots are from my bedroom window.
Jimmy Kimmel Live - The Brooklyn Hipster - Surviving a Hurricane
Jimmy Kimmel Live: Back to Brooklyn -- The Brooklyn Hipster - Surviving a Hurricane
Jimmy Kimmel Live's YouTube channel features clips and recaps of every episode from the late night TV show on ABC.
Subscribe for clips from the monologue, the interviews, and musical performances every day of the week. Watch your
favorites parts again, or catch-up on any episodes you may have missed.
When Mitt Romney made climate change a punchline at the Republican National Convention, he mocked a real threat to the lives of Americans.
TIME senior editor Bryan Walsh explains how climate change may have helped Hurricane Sandy become a superstorm.
From Time Magazine.
Directed by Matteo Agrusa
Music by Young The Giant - Cough Syrup
Footage taken around the New York State area the morning after Hurricane Sandy.
http://dasherfilms.com/ Saturday, October 27, 2012, Palm Beach Inlet. Hurricane Sandy passed just off shore sending in swell and hard off shore winds. Several skis and riders wenrt out and did there best to make the most of what Florida surfing has to offer.
Music by http://www.moskaproject.com/
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Images of extreme flooding of New York's subways show the worst damage in the system's 108-year history. Mayor Bloomberg says the challenge to restore it and much of the city's electrical grid will be "enormous." (October 31, 2012)
Spoof of Mayor Bloomberg's updates on Hurricane Sandy along with his sign language interpreter. Homage to the awesome Lydia Callis!! By Frank Pando, Armando Riesco, and Shirley Rumierk.
MTA Video Release: Hurricane Sandy - South Ferry and Whitehall St Station Damage.
For use by news media only. For more information, call MTA Media Relations at 212-878-7440.
TANKER That Hurricane Sandy Brought to Shore
Powerful storm surges from Superstorm Sandy caused a nearly 170-foot water tanker to run aground in Staten Island, N.Y., on Monday night.
The front third of the tanker is grounded into Front Street. The city's waterfront was largely destroyed, which includes a number of businesses on the water.
The 168-foot tanker was moored about a mile away when Sandy's powerful force propelled it toward land.
No one was on the tanker and no one was hurt as a result of it running aground.
Sandy struck the East Coast on Monday night, leaving a trail of massive flooding, power outages and destruction. President Obama has issued disaster declarations for New York and New Jersey.
Kite-boarding athletes practice during Hurricane Sandy near Martha's Vineyard in Massachusetts.