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Give and have fun doing it. I Love NY Sandy Benefit November 8th, Thursday 6-Midnight at Bar 13. Suggested donation of $10 with 100% of proceeds going to people from our dance community who have been affected by Hurricane Sandy.
DJ’s Antonio Ocasio, Brian Coxx & Mr. V will be throwing down the beats. **BAR 13 WILL ALSO BE COLLECTING NON-PERISHABLE FOODS AND CLOTHING FOR DISTRIBUTION.
35 East 13th Street (at University Place)
Hurricane Sandy has affected millions of people. But it has also provided an invitation to share space in truly meaningful ways. Airbnb is a social website that connects people who have space to spare with those who are looking for a place to stay. Through their experiences on Airbnb, guests and hosts build real connections with real people from all over the globe. Guests gain access to unique and distinctive spaces and immerse themselves in the culture of their destinations. We call that traveling like a human! Hosts can effortlessly showcase their spaces to an audience of millions, whether they have an urban apartment or countryside castle.
The fee-free traveling and hosting applies to both guests who book and hosts who accept new bookings that start between October 31 and November 7 in New York, the Hamptons, Providence, New Haven, and Atlantic City. (The max trip length is seven nights.)
Airbnb is asking that if you’re an existing host in an affected area and can help to consider lowering your price via your account settings.
If you are in a position to share space, please consider listing your space so others might find you.
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Harlem Condo Life continued to tour a few favorite spots in Harlem and the surrounding nabes to bear witness to hurricane Sandy’s aftermath. Below are a few pictures and a video.
This video shows where the Hudson River flooded over the West Side Highway to the median which divides uptown from downtown traffic around 115th Street.
Hundreds of thousands of evacuees have already rushed to emergency shelters with their loved ones, and your support is desperately needed to help keep as many people safe from the storm as possible. Click here to get involved or donate to The Red Cross.