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 A Smoky Weekend in the Boston Common

But not all Boston residents support the annual event, often referred to as “Hempfest”

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Doctors remember physicians who took their own lives

The high rates of doctor suicide they believe are increasing because hospital systems severely overwork their physicians.

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Seeking comfort in the “Truth”

   They believe the “truth” is the only real comfort for the attacks.

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The Bell of Hope Continues to Bring the Community Together

It represents a community coming together.

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9/11 “Truthers” spread their “truth” on anniversary of terrorist attack

“If Building 7 is the smoking gun, if one building came down by controlled demolition, they all did.”

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Memories of 9/11 haunt business owners

Mark Weng is grateful for surviving the September 11th terrorist attacks. Many of the customers at Footmart, the Lower Manhattan shoe store he owns, worked at the World Trade Center. Photo by Chinedu Onyemaobi Life has never been the same for Mark Weng and David Martinez, local business owners whose shoe store was near the World Trade Center. Seventeen years […]

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A 240 mile run to Ground Zero

The run was not a race, but a relay team effort in which runners of all ages and fitness levels participated.

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17 years later: The Brooklyn skyline remembers

As people watched, many were overwhelmed with the memories of being within the smoke that overtook the screen in front of them.

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A doorman remembers 9/11

“I’ll always remember the smell of burning electric wire and cement, hazing over the whole area for months.”

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Life goes on at Ground Zero

“At the same time, this is a day, that isn’t business as usual.”