A mysterious and wealthy good Samaritan visited the most devastated regions hit by Sandy and started handing out $100 bills!
How a restaurant is raising money after the hurricane.
Doctors Without Borders—which usually provides emergency medical help in disaster and post-conflict areas like Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Chechnya, and Libya—is doing work on American soil for the first time in its 40-year history in the still very much devastated Far Rockaways.
The most economically impacted by the storm are the people who barely scrape a living on a day-to-day basis: Hourly workers.
“I don’t need to buy anything,” a shopper said. “I just felt like I was going stir crazy staying inside. Maybe spending money will help the local economy?”
It’s very difficult to read about and see photos of all the devastation Hurricane Sandy caused last night without feeling the need to do something useful.
Things I bought that I hate.