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Never Forget: 9/11 Retrospective Exhibit Visits Dallas

DALLAS – It’s been nearly 14 years, but most of us can still remember where we were on that Tuesday morning in September 2001.  Few of us remember it as vividly, though, as the first responders at Ground Zero on 9/11. 110 more words


Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close - Jonathan Safran Foer

I wanted to see this movie since I saw the first preview, but never did.  I found the book in a secondhand store and decided it would probably be a better read anyway, and it sat for months.   553 more words


9/11 Memorial

We tried to go up to the observatory in the new World Trade Center tower today. We didn’t. We’ll try again tomorrow. Unrelated to why we didn’t go up, my wife and I both had some difficulty while waiting in line for tickets. 423 more words


WTC shines with pride

One World Trade shines with pride for this historic moment for equality.


"New York: A Documentary Film. Part 8 - The Center of the World"

Directed and written by Ric Burns

Quite simply, the only thing you need to watch as a remembrance each September 11th.

Of all the dozens of hours of television dedicated to the 9/11 tragedy, this (the eighth chapter of Ric Burns’ film, „New York: A Documentary”) is the sole documentary that makes the buildings themselves – their inception, design, creation, and destruction – and, more importantly, their personal impact on the city of New York during each of these milestones – the focus. 180 more words

TV Review

Intersection Near World Trade Center Reopens After Nearly 50 Years

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – An intersection near the World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan reopened Thursday after being closed for nearly 50 years.

As WCBS 880’s Rich Lamb reported, the city has opened the gates and for the first time since 1967, pedestrians are walking at the intersection of Greenwich and Fulton streets. 108 more words