The series "Sandy: Then And Now" looks at the damage left by Superstorm Sandy on New Jersey and how tourism, residents have worked towards recovering and improving the public's perception of the damage.

  • Part 1: Sandy’s Storm Effects Still Felt

    In part one of our series we look at how the state looked right after the Superstorm hit and how it looks almost a year later.

    Surf rolls past the destroyed Jet Star roller coaster (Mario Tama, Getty Images)
  • Part 2: Many Displaced by Sandy Still Far from Home

    In part 2 look at the challenges faced by displaced individuals in finding a place to stay and returning home.

    FEMA trailers lined up at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson (Ilya Hemlin, Townsquare Media)
  • Part 3: Businesses Still Face Challenges from Sandy

    In part 3 we look at businesses still struggling with the effects nearly a year after the Superstorm.

    Sandy destroys Joey Harrison's Surf Club in Ortley Beach. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)
  • Part 4: Tourism Struggled with Public Perception Post-Sandy

    In part 4 we look at how tourism was affected by the storm, and how it struggled to rebuild, both physically and metaphorically

    Matisse in Belmar after Sandy (Facebook)
  • Part 5: Sandy’s Effects Linger for Many Residents

    In part 5 we look at the varying degrees of individual recovery. The storm’s lingering effects are still felt by some residents, while others admit they have already put it behind them.

    The Princess Cottage Inn (R) stands across the street from a onetime residence in Union Beach (Michael Loccisano/Getty Images)