The Verge covers the “catastrophic failure” that took place at Verizon’s Broad Street cable fault. The entire 40 ft wide, 150 ft long vault was submerged in water for two days so Verizon is replacing all the old copper wires with fiber optics.
The fashion industry has come together for a designer sale to support ‘Fashion For Sandy Relief’. Shop and support this Friday from 10am- 8pm. 100% of net proceeds will benefit the Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City and the Tri-State area.
Friday, November 16, 2012
10 a.m. - 8 p.m.
123 West 18th Street | Metropolitan Suite
To see the amazing roster of participating designers, click here:
When Hurricane Sandy, with her innocent name, plunged New York City into infinite darkness, officials warned New Yorkers to be prepared: Stay inside. Stock up on tuna. Do whatever it took to feed yourself when the bodegas shut down. But in the city that never sleeps, there are certain things held to be self evident — even in a hurricane. One of them is that you’ll always be able to get a slice of pizza.