Hurricane Sandy NYC Update: Normal Newley.com Programming to Resume Shortly

Quick note: I won’t be posting daily about Hurricane Sandy going forward. Here’s the latest from The WSJ, The NYT, and Bloomberg. For ongoing updates, check out my Hurricane Sandy NYC Twitter list, which I’m embedding here: Tweets from @newley/hurricane-sandy-nyc Normal Newley.com posts will resume shortly, though I’ll likely touch on the hurricane again at […]

Hurricane Sandy NYC Update (Tues. Oct. 30): Assessing the Damage

Embedded above: Live coverage from The Weather Channel. Here’s an update as of noon today (Tuesday): Summary: About six million people are without power throughout the northeast. An estimated 750,000 customers have lost electricity here in New York City. NYC’s bridges, commuter rails, and subways are closed. (MTA updates here.) Mayor Bloomberg said at a […]

Hurricane Sandy NYC Update (Monday late night, Oct. 29): Power Cuts in Manhattan, Flooding in Lower NYC

Note: Go to the home page or click the Hurricane Sandy tag for more recent posts. Here’s the latest as of about 10:30 p.m. tonight (Monday): Here in upper Manhattan near the Columbia University campus, we still have power, though the lights are flickering periodically. Many other parts of New York City, however, are in […]

Hurricane Sandy NYC Update (Monday night, Oct. 29): Front of Chelsea Building Torn Off; Partial Crane Collapse in Midtown

Note: Go to the home page or click the Hurricane Sandy tag for more recent posts. Note: I’m not sure if power and Web access will continue to last here in upper Manhattan, but I’ll keep posting and Tweeting (@newley) as long as I can. I can hear strong winds outside my building and the […]

Hurricane Sandy NYC Update (Mid-Day Monday, Oct. 29): Storm Strengthens, Should Make Landfall Tonight

Note: Go to the home page or click the Hurricane Sandy tag for more recent posts. Above: New York Governor Cuomo at a press conference this morning. A quick update as of 1:45 p.m. today (Monday): Summary Hurricane Sandy is getting stronger and should make landfall late tonight (Monday). The New York Times reports: Hurricane […]