KARA: After seven years of dating, Brian and I are married!
All week long, the Weather Channel had warned of a hurricane and the eye of the storm was supposed to hit New Hampshire just in time to drench our guests. But the rain didn’t fall. Still, I played it safe and held our Read More
A trip to the East End last week was met with rain, wind and cold eating away the last full week of summer. Sad for Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz, whose Monday-through-Thursday vacation in Montauk was washed out.
“It rained every day,” he said, after a press conference in Bed-Stuy on Tuesday. He sounded a Read More
Assemblyman Richard Brodsky has a hobby: catastrophic meteorology.
Or something like that. He’s one of the experts on “It Could Happen Tomorrow,” a new and ominously-titled program on the Weather Channel.
The Weather Channel is debuting a new series, “It Could Happen Tomorrow,” with an episode Sunday on what would happen if a 1938-style hurricane hit modern-day New York City. Hey–they produced one on a hurricane hitting New Orleans back in May, 2005, and used it to test pilot the series and Read More
If I’d listened to the Weather Channel, I would never have made it to EQ the other night. Temperatures were in the 90′s and a major thunderstorm–possibly even a tornado–was expected. “Stay away from windows and remain indoors until 10 P.M.,” we were told. But restaurant critics are like hurricane chasers, diving recklessly into the Read More