1. The Cerberus of September


    from David Zung / Added

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    This is a drawing series about September 11 that I did over the course of several years. Cerberus was the giant three headed dog that guarded the underworld in Greek mythology. I call it a proposition instead of a memorial because a proposition, as in a math proposition for example, asks for a response. A proposition is dynamic and expansive. A proposition is a living thing, it demands that we move forward through thought and creativity. A memorial is a tomb of frozen time, like a prehistoric insect trapped in amber, there is no where to go, no where to move.

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    • Lauren's Letter For Readers Digest iPad Issue September 2011


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      For the full story on Lauren's letter, purchase the Readers Digest latest September 2011 iPad issue through iTunes. Available August 15th! Video Production: Gina LeVay Post Production: Michael Kasino For more information on the work of Gina LeVay, please visit, ReduxPictures.Com

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      • Belo Men for FHM 100 Sexiest 2011 feat. Sam Pinto


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        FHM 100 Sexiest Victory Party at the World Trade Center last July 14, 2011. Theme: Burlesque Sponsored by Belo Men. Featuring Sam Pinto as the FHM Sexiest for 2011 and Belo Endorser. A film by Soultice Productions (Samantha Maristela and Karla Zulueta) Song Credits: El Tango de Roxanne - Moulin Rouge Fever *For Entertainment Purposes Only*

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        • Reading of the Names - The Aldente Brothers


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          "Reading of the Names," written and performed by The Aldente Brothers, is a song honoring the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks and was inspired by the annual September 11 Memorial Tribute of the reading of the names. The Aldente Brothers, Tony Leventhal and Jon Morrell, are brothers who were born and raised in New York City. Two brothers, lots of music: For Tony Leventhal and Jon Morrell, a love of music and performance runs in the family--how could it not when your mother is a trained Broadway singer? Born in New York, they spent their early childhood in Spain attending an English boarding school run by their parents, Harold Leventhal and Roberta Morrell, where each brother found his own musical home. From a young age Jon dedicated himself to studying opera and perfecting is Heldentenor voice to perform Wagner repertoires while Tony ventured first into playing instrumental surf and, later, power pop with The Mockers. The Aldente Brothers both are born and raised in New York... Tony Leventhal - the younger of the two Aldente Brothers loves music, food and Spain almost equally. Music is Tony’s first love and since he’s a loyal soul, The Aldente Brothers is only the third band he’s ever played in and written for in his 30 years of making music. Tony spent his college years in Paris playing in the legendary surf-pop band The Surf Pirhanas before returning to the U.S. His longest engagement to date is with the The Mockers, where Tony Leventhal and Seth Gordon, his former boarding school classmate, continue to play melodic Beatles-influenced power pop for adoring fans in the U.S. and a loyal and numerous following in Spain. Jon Morrell - the older Aldente Brother carries the lead vocals with all the gravitas of the family elder, and still never lets an opportunity for putting on a show pass him by. Being a classically trained Heldentenor runs deep in is blood, but he’s always had a little fling with Broadway and show-tunes on the side. With The Aldente Brothers, Jon’s finally able to combine his favorite things: singing great material, putting on a show and working with his brother. Jon earned his opera chops performing the role of Siegmund in Die Walkure, Samson in Saint-Saëns' Samson et Dalila, and as Peter Grimes. He’s recently been seen in the UK, as Tristan in Act II Tristan und Isolde in Leeds.

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          • 9/11 10th Anniversary Edition - The 'X' Chronicles Newspaper


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            In a SPECIAL EDITION for 10th Anniversary of 9/11 on September 11 2011, The ‘X’ Chronicles will be looking back at the horrific events that changed the days of freedom and democracy forever and paying our respects to those who lost their lives and expressing our thanks and gratitude to the first responders on that fateful day.

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            • Low Fidelity High (WTC excerpts)


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              Excerpts from "Low Fidlity High" that contain views of the World Trade Center.

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              • Bin Laden killed


                from THOMAS E. FRANKLIN / Added

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                Joy, relief, and celebration is felt by many at Ground Zero after news of the death of Osama Bin Laden is reported.

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                • World Trade Center Memorial Cross - BTR Pulse [ep37]


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                  Support beams from the September 11th wreckage, in the shape of a crucifix, have become a topic of debate -- the question being whether or not it's appropriate for them to be featured in the World Trade Center memorial museum. Some people, including atheists are upset (see: http://gothamist.com/2011/08/01/ny_posts_andrea_peyser_atheists_can.php ), so we went down to the neighborhood to see what people thought. Featured song: "It's Your Destiny" by War On Drugs

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                  • Sept. 11 terrorism pushed shift from "Arab" to "Muslim"


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                    Osama Bin Laden's terrorism of Sept. 11, 2001 didn't undermine the West as he had hoped, but it did undermine the cause of Palestinians and Arabs seeking to bring justice to the Middle East. Ray Hanania column, Creators Syndicate, Jerusalem Post, August 2, 2011. 10th Anniversary. Israel, Palestinians. Arabs. Islam. Muslims. http://www.jpost.com/Opinion/Columnists/Article.aspx?id=232170

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                    • World Trade Center


                      from Paul Sellen / Added

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                      Shot in May in New York in the area surrounding the World Trade Center. The WTC Visitors Center was very moving and well worth a visit.

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