Today's throwback is replay of the first show we did after superstorm Sandy. (Original air date: 11/5/12)
Well that happened. We're back in the studio after a week of wading through Hurricane Sandy and Jeff got hit the hardest. Check out today's episode for stories of what we saw, how we managed, and what you can do to help the relief effort.
Well, that happened. We're back in the studio after a week of wading through Hurricane Sandy, and Jeff got hit the hardest. Check out today's episode for stories of what we saw, how we managed, and what you can do to help the relief effort.
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