9/11 (Page 2)
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.
A doorman remembers 9/11
“I’ll always remember the smell of burning electric wire and cement, hazing over the whole area for months.”
Remembering 9/11 at “Come From Away”
While the show has been open for almost two years, this is their first performance on the anniversary of 9/11.
Notes of Remembrance at St. Paul’s Chapel
One by one, mourners approached the podium, each reciting a portion of the names of the fallen responders.
The 11th of September at O’Hara’s
Among the roughly 2,750 people who died that Tuesday morning, many were regulars of O’Hara’s, whether it was for an after-work drink with a colleague or on their lunch break for a burger and fries.
New friendships forged from the aftermath of 9/11 — 16 years later
The two stood close. An onlooker would not have known that, even an hour before, neither had known the other existed.
At Ground Zero, Truther preaches to anyone willing to listen
The entire event was orchestrated in order to use fear as a mechanism to pressure people into allowing the government to take more control over their lives, he said.
Loud bells, quiet remembrance for the victims of 9/11
Sixteen years later, the crowds have thinned, but the church continued its tradition of holding space in remembrance of that day and months following.
City’s Muslims struggle to escape the shadow of 9/11
With nearly one million Muslims, New York is reportedly among the states with the highest Muslim population.
On 9/11 mourners and tourists remember the victims
Mourners and families gather near ground zero to remember.