New DH calendar
Article updated: 2/9/2013 5:32 PM

Shovels, skis or a wedding: tales from a snowstorm

Buy this photo Buy this photo
next prev 1 of 3
   
Gallery Image

A worker carries a mannequin outside Lincoln Center, home of New York's Fashion Week shows, Saturday. In New York City, the snow total in Central Park was 8.1 inches by 3 a.m.

Associated Press

John Silver shovels snow between buried cars in front of his home on Third Street in South Boston, Saturday.

Associated Press

A couple walks down Westminster Street in downtown Providence, R.I., after a winter storm dumped two feet of snow on the area, Saturday.

Associated Press

About this Article

While many on the East Coast had cleaning up to do after the storm, mostly, people soldiered on, planning cocktail hours after clearing waist-high snow, cross-country skiing down narrow streets and even braving 4-inch stiletto heels to stay chic during New York Fashion Week.
prev next
    • A worker carries a mannequin outside Lincoln Center, home of New York’s Fashion Week shows, Saturday. In New York City, the snow total in Central Park was 8.1 inches by 3 a.m.
    • John Silver shovels snow between buried cars in front of his home on Third Street in South Boston, Saturday.
    • A couple walks down Westminster Street in downtown Providence, R.I., after a winter storm dumped two feet of snow on the area, Saturday.
    Galleries by Category