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Letter: Don’t Cotton To Cotton; Accept His Win, Let Him Work

One notices that despite Tom Cotton’s impressive win over Mark Pryor in the 2014 U.S. Senatorial campaign, some people don’t cotton to Cotton. Cotton’s vote as a congressman against disaster relief for victims of Hurricane Sandy up at New York and New Jersey met with disapproval of many fellow lawmakers across the political spectrum, and many of them have not forgotten. Winning a Senate seat ...
Christian Student Fellowship helps victims of Hurricane Sandy

- 1 week earlier @ psu.edu: The Penn State Berks Christian Student Fellowship (CSF), a student group, spent their spring break in Crisfield, Maryland, helping to rebuild homes damaged by Hurricane Sandy. The group of 17 students departed on Saturday, March 7 and returned on ...

Protection against the next Sandy? Look to the mussel

- 6 days earlier @ ri.search.yahoo.com: At the start of hurricane season in June, the Virginia-based Nature Conservancy will release a study showing how New York's natural defenses can be used with infrastructure improvements to help... To view the full story, click the title link.

Hurricane Sandy money fueled cherry-marijuana business

- 4 days earlier @ nypost.com: City power subsidies and Hurricane Sandy rebuilding cash helped fuel a Brooklyn maraschino cherry plant that was a front for a hydroponic marijuana-growing operation, The Post has learned. Dell's Maraschino Cherries, in Red Hook, scored almost $2 ...

Photographer turns Hurricane Sandy-damaged photos into psychedelic art

- 4 days earlier @ nypost.com: A Brooklyn photographer has managed to turn tragedy into creativity by salvaging pictures thought to be destroyed in Hurricane Sandy and transforming them into psychedelic works of art. Randy Taylor, 59, almost lost his entire life's work when his New ...

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Pulitzer Prize Nominated Photographer Turns Photos, Destroyed by Sandy, …

artnet News: When Randy Taylor checked on his archive several weeks after Hurricane Sandy struck New York in 2012 the Pulitzer Prize nominated photographer discovered that the majority of his life's work was either destroyed or irreparably damaged. Taylor was only ...

Performance art on front lines of climate change

In "Holoscenes," waters rise and fall in a large aquarium as performers go about everyday tasks

Photographers images destroyed in during Sandy turns them into art

Daily Mail: The 59-year-old had photographed some of the biggest stories of the 20th Century (from Princess Diana's pregnancy to Mick Jagger's relationship with Jerry Hall), but when Hurricane Sandy struck New York in October 2012, flooding Taylor's entire storage ...

Nassau Conty Rolls Out New System To Track, Clean Up ‘Zombie Houses’

"Abandoned properties have become breeding grounds for mold and crime, and are a welcome mat for squatters," Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano said.

Hazlet contractor indicted for allegedy bilking Sandy victim out of $120K

A 43-year-old Hazlet home improvement contractor was indicted by a Monmouth County grand jury Monday for theft after he allegedly took $120,000 from a Hurricane Sandy victim and then failed to begin the work.

Randy Taylor transforms photos destroyed by Hurricane Sandy

Daily Mail: Randy Taylor transforms photos destroyed by Hurricane Sandy. Photographer Randy Taylor lost more than 30 years worth of work during Hurricane Sandy but has managed to turn them into works of psychedelic art. Lord Hall announces sacking of Top.

Lessons from Hurricane Sandy aid cyber war games

Financial Times: Lessons from Hurricane Sandy, which hit the northeastern US in 2012 and forced American stock markets to shut down for two days, have already been incorporated into US mock cyber attacks on financial institutions, according to Sarah Bloom Raskin, the ...

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LESSONS FROM HURRICANE SANDY..

Lessons from Hurricane Sandy aid cyber war games - Financial Tim es

Financial Times: Lessons from Hurricane Sandy, which hit the northeastern US in 2012 and forced American stock markets to shut down for two days, have already been incorporated into US mock cyber attacks on financial institutions, according to Sarah Bloom Raskin, the ...

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PSE&G may be owed millions in insurance over Hurricane Sandy damage, court

NJ.com: NEWARK — The parent company of the state's largest utility may have been shortchanged by millions of dollars in insurance claims over property damage caused by Hurricane Sandy in 2012, a judge has ruled. In what appears to be the first decision of its ...

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Photographer turns Hurricane Sandy-damaged photos into psychedelic art

New York Post: A Brooklyn photographer has managed to turn tragedy into creativity by salvaging pictures thought to be destroyed in Hurricane Sandy and transforming them into psychedelic works of art. Randy Taylor, 59, almost lost his entire life's work when his New ...

Iconic photographs destroyed by Superstorm Sandy become psychedelic art

Slides destroyed by Superstorm Sandy become psychedelic art

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Hurricane Sandy money fueled cherry-marijuana business

New York Post: City power subsidies and Hurricane Sandy rebuilding cash helped fuel a Brooklyn maraschino cherry plant that was a front for a hydroponic marijuana-growing operation, The Post has learned. Dell's Maraschino Cherries, in Red Hook, scored almost $2 ...

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