Benny Gold x The Hundreds Johnson Low Sneaker and T-Shirt
Fashion brands Benny Gold and The Hundreds team up for a collaboration completely inspired by San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge.
The shoe and tees will be available in limited quantities at Benny Gold as well as The Hundreds stores on Nov. 9 through 12.
Comedian Big Jay Oakerson lost his Freeport, Long Island home and his car to Hurricane Sandy but still made it into Manhattan last Thursday (Nov. 1) to give locals a free laugh. He appeared at The Stand comedy club, which opened its doors for free to cheer the downtown set affected by power outages. Oakerson reportedly performed onstage lit by a miner’s headlight and candlelight.
There are so many talented people in New York City.
This is a great video. Props to Ryan Hall.
Update from Mayor Bloomberg on Hurricane Sandy Response:
-Free food and water at 13 sites from 1-5pm. List of locations at: http://on.nyc.gov/Sy8N7c
- NYC Schools will re-open on Monday. Depending on power conditions, about 40 schools will not be able to re-open.
-City Parks are opening today, with the majority of them open already. If the “closed” signs are down, you can go in.
-Staten Island Ferry is running again, on a half-hourly service in both directions today, 11/2. Regular schedule will return on Saturday, 11/3.
-High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) restrictions will end today, 11/2 at 5pm. No HOV restrictions this weekend.
-Con Edison is starting to re-activate areas in Manhattan today and the hope is to have power back to most of the borough by midnight tonight, 11/2.
-Sign up to volunteer for relief efforts at http://nyc.gov/service.
-NYC Marathon runners will be running to help NYC with donations to support the relief effort.
- To make a donation, visit http://nyc.gov/fund. Nearly $10 million raised from individuals and corporations so far.
-The Mayor has been working with the Board of Elections to help prepare for Tuesday’s elections.