1. Oct 30, 2012 11:23am

    Is “Hurricane Crush” a thing? Let’s make “Hurricane Crush” a thing. Lydia Callis, who’s been interpreting Mayor Bloomberg’s various Hurricane Sandy press conferences into American Sign Languages, is New York City’s Hurricane Crush, thanks to her perfect and charming expressive skills. (Just ask Twitter.) If you want to catch Lydia in action, she’s interpreting for the Mayor and other city luminaries right now; you can watch on his YouTube channel. - Max (GIF by Tim Burke)

    Is “Hurricane Crush” a thing? Let’s make “Hurricane Crush” a thing. Lydia Callis, who’s been interpreting Mayor Bloomberg’s various Hurricane Sandy press conferences into American Sign Languages, is New York City’s Hurricane Crush, thanks to her perfect and charming expressive skills. (Just ask Twitter.) If you want to catch Lydia in action, she’s interpreting for the Mayor and other city luminaries right now; you can watch on his YouTube channel. - Max (GIF by Tim Burke)

     
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