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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.
It's all happening so fast, isn't it? The tree is up at Rockefeller Center, and we begrudgingly welcome the subsequent gridlock. Lights are twinkling, our favorite department store windows are awe-worthy, and RSVPs have been answered.
If there's one time of year I want to get really decked out and glammed up, this is read
There are certain life trials all New Yorkers are bound to experience: delayed subway trains, the impossibility of hailing a cab in the rain, and the highly dreaded and inevitable polar vortex.
While temperatures this season haven't hit sub-zero just yet, you can never be too prepared. So, to adequately prep ourselves read