Williamsburg: The story of a tree planted by the famously mustachioed reporter being knocked down by Hurricane Sandy has gone viral, but did Geraldo really sow McCarren Park’s soil? Find out what our expert says. Comments (8).
Bay Ridge: Fontbonne Hall’s volleyball team may have lost its semifinal match, but to the Hurricane Sandy-scarred squad — in which 10 out of 11 players were left homeless for weeks — playing was more important than winning. Comment.
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Fort Greene: A group of volunteers has collected something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue for Hurricane Sandy victims — by setting up an online wedding registry. Comments (2).
Back Court: Nets’ general manager Billy King says he crafted the Brooklyn lineup to defeat — or “at least neutralize” — the Miami Heat, position by position. The problem is the defending champs don’t really have positions. Comment.
Photo Galleries: Major sections of Hurricane Sandy-ravaged Sheepshead Bay still don’t have electricity, heat, or hot water, say residents and merchants who are spending their third week repairing damaged homes and storefronts. Comments (1).
Kensington: Hundreds lined Parkville Avenue to bid a sorrowful farewell to little Brendan and Connor Moore — the two boys who were ripped from their mother’s arms and drowned as Hurricane Sandy hit Staten Island. Comments (1).