Monthly Archives: March 2014

In New York, making space to remember 9/11

By Joanna Slater The Globe and Mail It’s a deceptively simple question: How do you begin? For the staff of the National September 11 Memorial Museum, finding the answer took nearly two years. They explored the question from every angle. Perhaps the starting point for visitors should be the 1993 bombing at the Twin Towers. […]

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FDNY Trident Ride reaches South Carolina

By Charles Slate The Engine 9 Ladder 6 FDNY Ride for the Trident House pulls into the South Carolina Welcome Center in Little River, Thursday afternoon. They are riding from Ground Zero at the World Trade Center to the Naval Special Operations Museum in Fort Christie Florida.The Navy SEAL Trident House sits along the […]

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Documentary 9/11: The Final Chapter to air on Channel 5 (UK)

By Doug Lambert ATV Today (UK) Channel 5 has commissioned a new documentary about the world’s largest forensic recovery operation after America’s worst terrorist attack: 9/11: The Final Chapter. Nearly thirteen years on, over a third of the 2,753 [sic] people who lost their lives are still missing without trace. Over the years almost 22,000 […]

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