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Life Takes on Slow Pace in N.Y.C.

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Life Takes on Slow Pace in N.Y.C.

Life Takes on Slow Pace in N.Y.C.

Life Takes on Slow Pace in N.Y.C.

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NPR's Jim Zarroli reports from New York City that power is slowly being restored after a blackout paralyzed the city, its suburbs and parts of at least eight states in the Northeast and Midwest. Thousands of commuters and visitors were stranded, and mass transit is still barely running. Businesses in the city have suffered yet another blow, but residents remained calm in the darkness and heat.

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