Hurricane Sandy from NewYorkNatives.com on 11/1/2012 On Water Street, stores were shuttered with wooden boards, tape, sandbags and "closed" signs. Brookstone which had been a rare victim of looters seeking the latest head phones, was now completely boarded up. At Ann Taylor, a few tourists were taking iPhone pictures of a large hole broken into the glass of it's front door, which revealed clothes and mannequins in disarray. Farther down the street, a wooden cross marked the door at the Heartland Brewery. Although a monk emblazoned on their Pumpkin Ale mural seemed to be inviting me in , thirsty sailors and tourists alike would have to come back after Zone A gets it's power back. At the Fulton Market and the South Street Seaport Museum, the last remnants of flooding were being taken care of by employees who moved wet furniture and mopped up puddles left on the floor.