2008-09-19 / Front Page

Honoring The Memory Of 9/11 Victims


Everybody has his or her own way of honoring the memory of those who died in the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. An ex-Marine, who identifies himself only as B.W. Spyder, has erected a small metal memorial on the bay wall on Beach Channel Drive at Beach 128 Street. An accompanying note says in part, "Feeling from the heart: In a day of mourning, the loss of friends and family, may we never forget the lives that were lost on this day and never forget those who have taken them away. May they rest in peace." The small sculpture lines up with the downtown skyline of Manhattan, where the World Trade Center once stood. Photo by Don Rodrigues. Everybody has his or her own way of honoring the memory of those who died in the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. An ex-Marine, who identifies himself only as B.W. Spyder, has erected a small metal memorial on the bay wall on Beach Channel Drive at Beach 128 Street. An accompanying note says in part, "Feeling from the heart: In a day of mourning, the loss of friends and family, may we never forget the lives that were lost on this day and never forget those who have taken them away. May they rest in peace." The small sculpture lines up with the downtown skyline of Manhattan, where the World Trade Center once stood. Photo by Don Rodrigues.

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