A couple of hours at the festival distilled down to under four minutes of the stuff I liked. A lot of changes are happening in the neighborhood, construction is everywhere with glass and steel and other shiny substances popping up. I saw fewer artists performing and more food trucks.
The Church of St. Luke and St. Matthew, 520 Clinton Avenue in Brooklyn. Call the church number (718) 638-0686 to offer your help, if you can. View this earlier post for more information.
The pews are filled with emergency supplies to be sorted and shipped where they are needed around the city. On Sunday room is made for those attending services at this the largest Episcopal church in Brooklyn.
Receiving supplies donated to Occupy Sandy via Occupy’s hack of Amazon’s wedding registry into a way for people to donate needed items for disaster relief.
Getting the supplies inside bucket brigade style.
Map on the wall of the Communication Center.
My friend Chris coordinating the delivery of hot food produced by this church’s kitchen and others.
Preparing food. I helped make sandwiches this morning with this crew.
Prepped food for the hot meals.
Outside the Church of St. Luke and St. Matthew in Brooklyn which is acting as the “holy warehouse” for Occupy Sandy’s relief effort. According to Rector Michael Sniffen they are producing 5000 hot meals a day in the church kitchen for delivery to the Rockaways, Staten Island and Coney Island. You can contribute goods through Amazon’s Occupy Sandy gift registry. It is delivered directly to the church for distribution.
Time’s Up the bike activists deliver aid via bikes to emphasize the relationship of fossil fuels to climate change, but also bikes can maneuver into spaces still not reachable by cars in the Rockaways.
A generator bike for charging cell phones.
Manhattan Bridge Archway. You can see the many video projectors used for the video installation.
An Inquiring Age a video installation in the Manhattan Bridge Archway.
Jane’s Carousel and the Manhattan Bridge.
A slow silent parade at sunset.
Moss moose graffiti.
37 Broadway btwn Kent and Wythe
Brooklyn, NY 11211