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NJ Gov Christie Tours Coastline, Barrier Islands Remain Closed, Philadelphia Recovering from Sandy
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/31/12 12:28 pm | updated: 10/31/12 12:28 pm
 
Governor Christie toured the New Jersey coastline by helicopter yesterday and said he never imagined he would see such devastation. Christie was emotional thinking about how much of his life was spent at the Jersey shore. Today, President Obama visits and Christie will ask for immediate help from the Army Corps of Engineers to begin rebuilding the beaches washed away by Hurricane Sandy, leaving towns with no protection.

Ocean City remains under a State of Emergency. Many... Read More
 
 
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Hurricane Sandy Aftermath Cleanup, Corbett Assesses Polling Places, Obama Visits NJ
 
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 10/31/12 9:45 am | updated: 10/31/12 9:45 am
 
Now that the brunt of Sandy has passed, crews from Peco and the Philadelphia Streets Department are out trying to restore power and remove downed trees. Mayor Nutter said 340 trees were reported as coming down and Philadelphia fire and EMS personnel responded to 1,300 incidents Monday night alone. Government offices will be open today along with Philadelphia public, Catholic, and charter schools; students using yellow buses should expect delays. Parents needing information can go to the school... Read More
 
 
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Superstorm Sandy (Hurricane) leaves destruction in Philadelphia; Frankenstorm was a monster in NJ PA
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/31/12 3:01 am | updated: 10/31/12 3:22 am
 
Superstorm-Hurricane Sandy has passed through the entire region leaving behind a path of destruction from the Jersey shore through the Philadelphia area. The storm itself is still lingering as a Nor'Easter, slowly moving north into New England. Frankenstorm lived up to its name. The hybrid storm delivered everything. It dropped up to 2 feet of snow in parts of West Virginia. Lower Manhattan in New York City is shut down as storm surge flooded out important parts of the infrastructure including... Read More

 
 
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Hurricane Sandy Images, SEPTA Resumes, Oyster Creek Reactor Declared Safe
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/30/12 8:40 pm | updated: 10/31/12 1:16 am
 
The photos and videos that are now circulating showing the damage caused by Hurricane Sandy are heartbreaking. Boats piled by the side of the road, houses in the middle of the road, trees inside of houses. New Jersey Governor Christie calls the devastation at the Jersey Shore "Unthinkable" and beyond anything he thought he would ever see. The loss to homes and personal property will be measured in billions of dollars.

SEPTA began resuming service of its transportation system... Read More

 
 
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Hurricane Sandy Aftermath, New Jersey Shoreline Battered, Philadelphia Survives
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/30/12 4:05 pm | updated: 10/30/12 4:05 pm
 
The devastation of Hurricane Sandy is being assessed today. At the Jersey shore, homes were moved off their foundations. Several came to rest in the middle of Route 35 outside of Point Pleasant and Seaside Heights. Atlantic City took a tremendous hit, losing much of the boardwalk, which the ocean sent crashing through homes and businesses. On Long Beach Island the surf overtook the dunes and the ocean met the bay. The Path transit system that serves Manhattan was flooded with sea water and... Read More

 
 
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Hurricane Sandy Affects SEPTA, Philadelphia Bridges and Interstates Reopen,
 
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 10/30/12 12:20 pm | updated: 10/30/12 12:20 pm
 
Major highways in and around Philadelphia are open again after Hurricane Sandy began moving out of the area. Motorists are allowed back on Interstates 95 and 676 as well as the entirety of I-476 and I-76. Speed and vehicle restrictions remain in effect on interstates in central Pennsylvania. The Walt Whitman, Ben Franklin, Betsy Ross and Commodore Barry—also reopened Tuesday.

Much of Philadelphia will remain shut down today, and city officials plan a full assessment of the... Read More
 
 
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Dr. Dog hits the Austin City Limits stage on PBS (video); Free Dr. Dog fall music sampler
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/30/12 4:18 am | updated: 10/30/12 4:18 am
 
In case you missed Philly's own Dr. Dog's performance on the longest-running American music series Austin City Limits on PBS Saturday night 10/27, don't fret, you can watch the full episode below. They share the episode with The Shins (which I recommend watching as well) but Dr. Dog takes the stage second if you feel the need to skip ahead. They originally taped the episode back on June 25th in front of a live audience at the Moody Theatre in Austin, TC. That entire taping was streamed live... Read More

 
 
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Frankenstorm Sandy (Hurricane) hitting Philadelphia; Update Emergency Closures PA NJ DE
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/30/12 12:58 am | updated: 10/30/12 1:02 am
 
Hurricane Sandy has now made landfall near Atlantic City in South Jersey. It is currently moving slowly across Southern New Jersey and will move up into Central Pennsylvania over the next day. Sandy has now become a post-tropical cyclone, it is no longer a hurricane by definition. However, don't be fooled, it still is packing winds of 85 mph at its center. Some are now calling it Superstorm Sandy.

This storm had been nicknamed “Frankenstorm” by many because of the... Read More

 
 
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Hurricane Sandy “Frankenstorm” Philadelphia strengthens; Evacuations Closures Emergency PA NJ DE
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/29/12 4:45 pm | updated: 10/29/12 10:26 pm
 
Hurricane Sandy is still a Category 1 Hurricane but is strengthening on Monday off the coast about 60 miles from New Jersey. The latest update has it's maximum sustained winds at 90 mph. It has made it's westerly left hook and it heading back towards the coast. Currently the forecast track has it making landfall somewhere near Atlantic City and Cape May around 6pm. This storm is massive with tropical storm force winds spread out over hundreds of miles and moving slowly, so no matter where it... Read More

 
 
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Hurricane Sandy Frankenstorm Landfall in New Jersey, State of Emergency Philadelphia, Power Outages
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/29/12 8:05 pm | updated: 10/29/12 8:05 pm
 
Hurricane Sandy, nicknamed Frankenstorm, is a Category 1 Hurricane and strengthening. Its maximum sustained winds are at 90 mph. Sandy is picking up speed, moving at 28 miles per hour and has the Jersey shore and Philadelphia in her crosshairs. The eye of the storm making landfall around 6 o'clock between Atlantic City and Cape May. Twenty foot waves are pounding the coastline. Record flooding is likely with an 8 foot storm surge combined with the full moon tonight, and heavy rains, and an 8... Read More
 
 
 
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