The court was open for business while most of Washington wasn't.
It's important always to have all the proper supplies when being besieged by God's Ice Bucket Challenge. I'd recommend an ice scraper or a mixtape to get the ice off your windows, a portable battery charger for your phone in case you get stuck in the snow, snacks and maybe some matches in case you break down and have to light yourself or your friends on fire for heat.
After hunkering down for what became known as the "snowpocalypse" and "snowmageddon," many cities awoke to disappointment
Meanwhile, the streets were strangely calm, almost as if the threat were totally overblown. For others, life continued as
2. The Curmudgeons: originally hail from Canada, the Northeast, or the Midwest, and virtually roll their eyes at any precipitous snow-related hand-wringing.
"In Northeast Ohio, we call that 'Tuesday' and wear our tall boots."
The Only 3 Things Atlanta Mayor and Georgia Gov. Should Have Said, And 5 Things They Should Have Done
Everything that the nearly 6 million Atlantans experienced this week was both predictable and avoidable. That is what makes the C.Y.A., excuse-filled press conferences by Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed and Georgia Governor Nathan Deal both infuriating and insulting.
I only knew two things about the residents of Chicago's south suburbs when I moved here for work in the fall: Folks aren't as stuck up as they are in the northern 'burbs, but they are unfortunately Sox fans.
Before the blizzard, the National Weather Service called the storm "dangerous, multifaceted and potentially life threatening
Filmmaker Todd Bieber was looking for adventure. So he took out his old skis and went skiing in Prospect Park after the 2010