President Donald Trump boasted in an interview with the Associated Press over the weekend that his appearance on CBS News talk show "Face the Nation" garnered higher ratings than when "the World Trade Center came down." More recently Trump revealed he won't fire White House press secretary Sean Spicer because "That guy gets great ratings. Show More Summary
Fioranelli v. CBS Broadcasting Inc., No. 15-CV-952, 2017 WL 1400119, -- F. Supp. 3d – (S.D.N.Y. Jan. 19, 2017) Fioranelli, a photojournalist who was one of four reporters allowed to enter the World Trade Center site on September 11, 2001, sued for copyright infringement and related claims. Show More Summary
Donald Trump has long been television ratings gold and, even as president, he has kept his eye squarely on the small screen as a gauge of his popularity, a barometer for his governing agenda and his ability to dominate the airwaves, as The Post's Ashley Parker and Robert Costa report Monday. Now, in an interview with the […]
The art found on the 69th floor of 4 World Trade Center is not the kind you would expect to see in the financial district. Larry Silverstein, founder of Silverstein Properties, the developer of 4WTC and many of buildings in the area, is a fan and proprietor of the arts and has worked to bring art to all of the newly developed buildings in the area. Show More Summary
Conrad Stojak, a World Trade Center based artist, has been working for two years on turning recycled parking meters into works of art.
In “Fallen Glory,” James Crawford provides a tour from the Tower of Babel to the World Trade Center.
A Queens contractor with alleged mob ties admitted Wednesday to hiding his company’s organized crime connection in order to win the lucrative 1 World Trade Center contract. Vincent Vertuccio now faces up to 37 months in prison after copping to filing doctored tax returns and obstructing an investigation into the scheme to defraud the Port...
Vincent Vertuccio allegedly siphoned funds meant for rebuilding the World Trade Center.
In March of 2002, a firefighter made a stunning discovery. He found a piece of steel from one of the Twin Towers that collapsed on 9/11 with a page of
Apple is planning a second flagship retail store in Mexico City, claims a new report. The retail store will reportedly feature a design reminiscent of Apple’s World Trade Center location in New York City, and be around twice the size of Apple’s current Mexico City store, which is located in the Centro Santa Fe mall. […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
Apple is enjoying consistently strong sales after opening its first brick-and-mortar retail outlet in Mexico last year, with the company planning to capitalize on demand by building a new multi-level flagship in Mexico City's upscale Polanco district.
There's no better place to be than Freedom Tower.
Man Threatens 2 Black Men With Mafia Hits, Knife Ian Rubin left New York for Florida after his girlfriend died in the 9/11 terror attacks at the World Trade Center according to his profile on crowd-funding site Give Forward. Apparen...
Its been 16 years since terrorists struck the World Trade Center and the Pentagon and killed over 2,000 Americans, but colleges are still trying...
Your move, One World Trade Center.
In the stunned aftermath of the 9/11 attacks, America healed in part by tuning in to Saturday Night Live, just a few miles from the wreckage of the twin towers of the World Trade Center. We all felt like New Yorkers and like Pentagon...Show More Summary
“To do a project on the 69th floor of the World Trade Center has been beneficial to a lot of us. You’ve gotta be pretty dumb not to think the floor’s not going to get rented out eventually, and that whoever probably took it wasn’t going to want the artwork. Of course they’re going to want the […]
Since last summer, artists have been invited to create works for free on the 69th floor of Four World Trade Center, a raw space that was recently leased to Spotify. The post At the World Trade Center, a Familiar Tale of a Developer Exploiting Artists appeared first on Hyperallergic.
On St. Patrick's Day, the world will take on a shamrock green glow, with new additions to Tourism Ireland's annual "Global Greening" campaign.