Have you heard that the east coast is about to be enveloped by a giant, pink vagina of a snow storm?
In case you haven't heard, the chunk of America where most of the media lives is about to be buried in snow by an omnipotent but indifferent god. New York City is shutting off its express subway trains. Connecticut's blocking off roads. Boston is almost literally closed tomorrow. This all means that for the next 24…
A 23-year-old student who lived on melted snow and candy bars during a 9 day ordeal in remote Arizona says she's thankful to be alive. And that's the last time she house sits at Dakota Fanning's ski chalet.
God shat on Chicago this week, blessing us with more than 20 inches of powdery white misery and two days of citywide chaos. In the blizzard's wake is only the misery and claustrophobia known as cabin fever. Suffer with me.
[Kearny, N.J., December 27: Justine Kasztelan, 17, practices winter sports downhill on a street in her neighborhood the morning following a snow storm. Lemons, lemonade! Image via AP.]
Whether you're snowed in or snowed out, you may enjoy these shots of kids and dogs playing in the drifts from this week's storm — and showing that snow rocks when you don't have a job.
After this weekend's Northeast snowpocalypse, you've probably been hearing stories about travelers delayed for hours, even days. So how does shit get so bad that your flight is pushed back a whole week? Allow me to explain, firsthand.
Watch a backyard in New Jersey get completely buried by snow. It took mother nature all night, but you can see it in the video in a matter of seconds.