Signs of a Hurricane

In anticipation of Hurricane Irene, the mayor ordered low-lying neighborhoods evacuated. As they prepared to leave their homes and businesses, some New Yorkers quickly posted signs with messages about — and for — the massive storm.

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A store in Brooklyn’s Red Hook neighborhood

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At Rockaway Taco, Queens

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Cafe, Court Street, Brooklyn

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An apartment building in Rockaway Beach, Queens

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Liquor Store on Montague Street, Brooklyn Heights

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Another Red Hook storefront

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Optical shop, Court Street, Brooklyn

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