Americans really do pull together in times of crisis. The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power and Southern California Edison will send crews to the East Coast to help with the recovery effort from Superstorm Sandy.
Superstorm Sandy has come and gone, however, its effects are only now being calculated and studied. Dollar estimates in terms of damage are now in the tens of billions. Transportation and utility infrastructures have been ravaged leaving many stranded and in still in the dark.
For most of us as kids, Halloween meant fanning out into the nearby streets to pester our neighbors for candy. But some neighborhoods are more conducive to trick or treating than others – the houses are scarier, the streets are safer, and most importantly – the treats are better quality.