Charles Moretz plans to reprint the photos that were on permanent display in the Windows On The World restaurant. His six photographic murals were among the artwork lost at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. Titled Point Of...Show More Summary
1993 was certainly a transitional year in America. Bill Clinton became president and helped the gay rights movement start to take off. Islamic terrorists bombed the World Trade Center and previewed what would happen eight years later. Show More Summary
People arrive at the World Trade Center during the grand opening of the Westfield World Trade Center shopping mall on August 16, 2016 in New York. / AFP / KENA BETANCUR (Photo credit should read KENA BETANCUR/AFP/Getty Images) Everyone hates malls these days: too big, too boring, too same-old-thing. Except maybe outside [...]
With the help of Bill Nye and Questlove, no less.
America's oldest millennials — nearing 20 when airplanes slammed into the World Trade Center — can remember the economic prosperity of the 1990s, and when a different Clinton ran for president. [...] millennials have edged out baby boomers as the largest living generation in U.S. Show More Summary
On 9/11, an Australian photographer was working in NYC. He’d been covering the US Open. He was planning on taking the day off, but he was called after the first plane hit the World Trade Center. He was arriving in the area when the 2nd tower collapsed. He spent the rest of the day documenting […]
Inside the beautiful new Oculus at the World Trade Center Transportation hub, which features a new Apple Store and Eataly. photos by Scott Beale Follow Laughing Squid on Facebook and Twitter Host your WordPress blog with Laughing Squid HostingRelated Laughing Squid PostsNew World Trade Center Transportation Hub In New York City Well On Its Way […]
Before there were Apple Stores in Williamsburg, Grand Central Station and the World Trade Center – heck, before there were Apple Stores at all – there was Tekserve. For nearly 30 years, the Mac specialist dutifully served Manhattan, before throwing in the towel earlier this week. Show More Summary
The World Trade Center shopping mall at the Oculus officially opened Tuesday, and though it was swarming with tourists, New Yorkers also loved the place.
Yesterday evening, we shared a handful of first-look images and videos of Apple’s new retail location in the World Trade Center, but the store officially opened to the public earlier today. Given the landmark size and location of the store, Apple’s retail head Angela Ahrendts was in the house for the opening. more… Filed under: Apple
Apple is a one of the key retailers as the historic mall reopens 15 years after the September 11, 2001, attacks.
The 365,000-square-foot center will have more than 100 stores, with about 60 opening now and the rest by the holiday season.
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Go boldly where no man has gone before, to M.A.C Cosmetics' newest store at the World Trade Center. The 740-square-foot store will sell over 2,000 products and feature seasonal collections and collaborations. In September, the store will debut New York's largest M.A.C–Star Trek installation to celebrate the brand's collaboration with ... More »
Today marks the grand opening of Apple’s new retail store at One World Trade Center, located in the Oculus at the brand-spanking-new Westfield Mall. The space has two floors, a 6K video screen that spans half the length of the space itself, and a living wall. Show More Summary
365,000-square-foot center will have more than 100 stores, with about 60 opening Tuesday and the rest by the winter holiday season
Just a few weeks after opening its first retail store in Brooklyn, Apple debuted its ninth store in New York City on Tuesday, with the new World Trade Center location opening its doors ahead of the anticipated launch of the "iPhone ...
The re-opening of the World Trade Center mall Tuesday, is expected to help transform downtown Manhattan shopping and illustrate how much progress has been made in rebuilding and revitalizing the area... To view the full story, click the title link.
Over five months since it first opened to the public, the World Trade Center's $4 billion Oculus transit hub is about to realize its full potential as a sunlit shopping mall and advertising theater built with public money upon the site of a national tragedy. Show More Summary