Our weekly look back at the stories you may have missed.
FEMA finally arrives to assess damage, and finds a community already sifting through the rubble.
Thanks to Sandy, New Yorkers have created an informal network of public phone-charging stations. But why did they have to?
There sure is a lot of new empty space in these depressing images from NOAA.
Devastation isn't bad news for everyone.
The city's oft-overlooked fifth borough may have been the community that was hardest hit.
A historian of coastal settlements says we only have ourselves to blame for Sandy's destruction.
Hurricane Sandy left behind untold destruction, painful memories and a wicked new environment for bicycling.
A taxi lobby has fought the city's efforts toward a fuel-efficient fleet — and won.
Brooklyn drivers literally running on empty, stuck in gridlock.
Huge parts of the train network remain out of service. Here's why.
Nothing brings back old technology like a black out.
Once the city recovers, it will have to decide what to do about the next storm.
Hurricane Sandy is the wake-up call.
The city's greenest asset – its subway system – also became its greatest weakness this week.
A silver lining, New York style.
Keeping calm and carrying on, literally.
It's time to start seriously planning for climate change in the city.
"I think we all can agree we're seeing complete and utter devastation."