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Damn, Sandy. You may not have toppled buildings, but you definitely brought New York to a stop (for at least a few minutes) and delivered some terrifying visuals. Cars became buoyant in Tribeca, mailboxes floated away in the East Village, that crane is still dangling in the Midtown sky. If it weren't real life, these photos would be totally awesome. Alas, this stuff is very, very real.
Click through for the roughest, realest images we've seen.
Exploring S.F. is one of our favorite pastimes. We're continually impressed by the array of gems that line our curvy streets. But, we'll admit that once we find a favorite establishment or two, we stick to it. We're creatures of comfort, what can we say? So, to reawaken our inner urban wanderer, we tapped Julia read
After making her major haute couture debut last season, Kendall Jenner was among the models at Chanel again yesterday, and she celebrated another successful spin down the runway by — how else? — taking her fashion show straight to the streets of Paris. Within minutes, Jenner had swapped one luxury label for another, read