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Jersey Shore Hurricane Sandy

Jersey Shore's Businesses Are Still Struggling To Survive

Asbury Park Press | Nicquel Terry | Posted 03.26.2013 | Small Business

ASBURY PARK, N.J. -- Almost three months after superstorm Sandy, dozens of business owners are struggling to reopen while others say patrons don't kno...

A Jersey Shore Thank You From an 'Average Joe'

Joe Paradise | Posted 01.30.2013 | Good News
Joe Paradise

Sandy has certainly bruised our coastline, but it hasn't broken our spirit. We will rebuild. We will come back. With your help, we will feed the displaced, clean up the wreckage, and restore the shore that I love and have always called home.

The Education After the Storm

R. Barbara Gitenstein | Posted 01.15.2013 | College
R. Barbara Gitenstein

I believe our collective efforts will enable the region to rebuild faster and stronger than we believe, and I think institutions of higher education can (and, in fact, should) play an important role in that process.

Lucas Kavner

Unsung Heroes Of Hurricane Sandy Save Lives On Jersey Shore

HuffingtonPost.com | Lucas Kavner | Posted 11.06.2012 | Green

The Underwater Search and Rescue Squad 86 in Berkeley Township, New Jersey is made up entirely of volunteers, squad president Carl Mattocks among them...

Sunday Roundup

Arianna Huffington | Posted 01.03.2013 | Politics
Arianna Huffington

This week, Hurricane Sandy slammed into the East Coast, leaving devastation in its wake -- and a long cleanup ahead. One of the things blown away by the superstorm was our ability to continue to willfully ignore the issues of climate change and disaster preparedness -- especially given our fast-deteriorating infrastructure. Though the presidential candidates might have largely ignored these problems, Sandy's storm surge swept them to the forefront of the campaign -- and the national conversation. Now that we're talking about them, the question becomes: will we actually do what's needed to ready ourselves for the next disaster -- or will we dry ourselves off, recharge our devices, and bury our heads back in the sand (after we rebuild the sand pile, of course)? Hopefully, Tuesday's election will be the last one that happens without a substantive debate on these issues. In the meantime, here is how you can help those who are still desperately in need.

'Jersey Shore' House Update, Cast Reacts To Hurricane Devastation

Posted 10.31.2012 | TV

The house from MTV's "Jersey Shore" is still standing. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the reality show fixture (and presumably its duck phone) i...