In his new book, "WTC", photographer Brian Rose documents the prominence (and later, absence) of the World Trade Center, as well as the rebuilding of the site.
New outdoor and indoorar art installations in NYC this November feature kaleidoscopic & dream-like exhibits from Times Square, DUMBO to the Bowery and High Line
In commemoration of the 15th anniversary of 9/11, here are ten ways in NYC to honor the lives of those who passed away during the tragic WTC attacks in 2001.
There were 5,201 entires into the 9/11 Memorial Competition. A new book, 9/11 Memorial Visions by Lester Levine, tells the personal story behind the entries.
Two trolley museums outside NYC have incredible pieces of history from 9/11 – the last cars of the PATH train that was trapped beneath the World Trade Center.
New York Transit Museum exhibit Bringing Back the City: Mass Transit Responds to Crisis covers 9/11, 2003 Blackout, Hurricane Sandy and Irene, Blizzard of 2010.
Manhattan's Trinity Church was once the tallest building in the city. While dwarfed by skyscrapers today, it still holds an important place in New York history.
A timeline of the Ground Zero site from 1776-2014: from under the Hudson River to the site for the Freedom Tower and the National September 11 Museum & Memorial
Street Artist Mr. Brainwash is currently in downtown NYC creating a 9/11 tribute mural at Century 21, one block away from 1 World Trade Center.
The Jefferson Market Library hosts an exhibit honoring 9/11 by local artist Luke Kurtis which includes a display of the 9/11 Tiles for America.