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Snowpocalypse Now

It feels like the title “Snowmageddon” would have also been appropriate to describe what went down here last night, and the after-effects that were felt today.

5th Avenue
Times Square
Brooklyn
Brooklyn Station - Classon Street

Thanks to my Marc Jacobs rain-boots I managed to weather (ahem) this experience – unlike anything I have ever seen! People had to climb up and over piles of ice and cars were completely snowed under. Many busses and even police cars got stuck, and I read ambulances couldn’t respond to 911 calls (although many of these weren’t real emergencies). Apparently, it should all clear up in a few days. People have been advised to stay home if they don’t have anywhere pressing to be. But who can stay away from the City That Never Sleeps for long?

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