hurricane florence

Pizza

This 40-Pound Pizza Burger Thing Is The Best/Grossest Way to Donate $2,000 to Hurricane Victims

“Everybody said I was crazy, I was out of my mind, how are you going to cook it? How are you going to put it all together?”
Jelisa Castrodale
10.16.18
hurricane florence

At Least 3.4 Million Farm Animals Drowned in the Aftermath of Hurricane Florence

Millions more are still at risk of dying from exposure, starvation, or drowning as the Carolinas recover.
Becky Ferreira
9.19.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Trump to America: This Hurricane Is Wet 'from the Standpoint of Water'

He also called it "not good," "a nasty one," "a big one," and "tough" three times.
Drew Schwartz
9.19.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

One Man Rescued 64 Dogs and Cats from Hurricane Florence in a School Bus

And he's heading back down to Wilmington, North Carolina, for more.
Nicole Clark
9.17.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Weather Channel Defends Dramatic Hurricane Reporter, Blames the Grass

Savage, dangerous, sopping wet grass.
River Donaghey
9.17.18
weather

Hurricane Categories Don’t Capture How Dangerous Florence Is

The Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale only measures wind speed and nothing else.
Kaleigh Rogers
9.14.18
Motherboard

The Weather Channel Is Using Unreal Engine to Show How Dangerous Hurricane Florence Is

The technology that powers blockbuster video games is visualizing the destruction caused by powerful storms.
Matthew Gault
9.14.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Hurricane Florence Could Also Bring a Plague of Venomous Snakes

As if people didn't already have enough to worry about.
Drew Schwartz
9.14.18
energy

Climate Change Exacerbates Hurricane Florence as America Becomes World’s Leading Crude Oil Producer

Hurricane Florence will make landfall in the Carolinas on the same day the US Department of Energy announces that the US has likely surpassed Russia and Saudi Arabia in crude oil production.
Becky Ferreira
9.13.18
climate change

Beyond Evacuations: Climate Change May Mean Abandoning Our Coasts Forever

A climate scientist thinks that we aren't taking major storms like Florence seriously enough.
Casey Williams
9.13.18