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Why Flying Into the Alps Is Like Flying into the World Trade Center

Marseille prosecutor states that the copilot of the Germanwings flight, Andreas Lubitz, deliberately crashed the plane. William Perugini/Shutterstock Almost as soon as I heard about the Germanwings Airbus crashing into the Alps, I became suspicious, and with good reason. Show More Summary

Inside Brookfield's swanky new mall at the WTC

In the shadow of 1 World Trade Center, the colossal skyscraper in Lower Manhattan, lies a newly renovated luxury mall that hopes to be a mecca for swanky shopping. Brookfield Place will open the... To view the full story, click the title link.

First Freedom Tower Stair Race To Help Build 200 Homes For Vets With Disabilities

2 days agoNews : Huffington Post

NEW YORK (AP) — The first stair-climb race at One World Trade Center — the nation's tallest building — will raise money for military veterans struggling with combat-linked disabilities, two foundations formed after the 9/11 attacks announced...Show More Summary

Center of Attention

Daniel Libeskind, the renowned New York–based architect who won the commission for the rebuilding of the World Trade Center, has created the Mons International Congress Xperience (MICX)—a striking new convention center in Mons, Belgium. Show More Summary

Bracket Challenge: What Is The World's Most Overrated Design?

Minimalist posters? Keurig cups? 1 World Trade Center? Vote now! In-Depth On Overrated Design Minimalist Posters Urban Density Open Design Competitions The Seagram Building Flat Design Keurig Cups Beats By Dre Smart Jewelry Delightful Design The Thinkpad Read Full Story

Son of Carl Sagan is a 9/11 truther: ‘It’s a cover up, basically’

2 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

In an interview with Internet broadcast 9/11 Free Fall, the son of the late Carl Sagan claimed that there is a massive conspiracy to “cover up” evidence that the collapse of the World Trade Center tower in 2001 was an inside a job. The interview was highlighted by Gizmodo on Thursday....

Santiago Calatrava’s Glorious Boondoggle At The World Trade Center May Be His Waterloo

2 weeks agoArts : Modern Art Notes

“[He] was commissioned to design an architectural extravagance at ground zero. He succeeded, an accomplishment that threatens to destroy his reputation.”

Tricentennial Tower double helix gondola ride planned for New Orleans

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Designs have been unveiled for a 320 ft (98 m) observation tower and vertical gondola ride in New Orleans. The Tricentennial Tower concept is part of plans to redevelop the World Trade Center New Orleans building... Continue ReadingShow More Summary

A Glorious Boondoggle: Will the New WTC Station Permanently Taint Santiago Calatrava’s Career?

Santiago Calatrava, the world-renowned architect, was standing on a street corner the other day, gazing up at the grandest train station New York has built in the past century. High above the plaza of the new World Trade Center, welders were working on platforms suspended between the massive ribs of... More »

Woman Posts Photos From Airline Cockpit, Internet Goes Crazy

Airline security has been very strict since the 2001 World Trade Center terrorist attacks, but it seems one attractive woman can break even the strictest rule. Ada Ng boarded her flight from Taipei to Hong Kong in February. She was assigned to seat in the business class jump seat, which is used for flight crews […]

Square Feet: Bon Appétit Moves to a New Home and Into the Kitchen You’ve Always Wanted

Condé Nast, which owns the magazine, last year began relocating some brands from 4 Times Square to 1 World Trade Center, which includes a 2,126-square-foot kitchen.

Construction Watch: Inside the Still Unfinished $4 Billion WTC Transportation Hub

The flurry of retrospective analysis after Santiago Calatrava's proverbial camel of a World Trade Center Transportation Hub topped out back in November may have seemed to indicate that the project was near completion. But, as evidenced by some photos...

Someone Snuck Into NYC's $4 Billion Train Station And Took These Pics

3 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Picture $4 billion worth of cash stacked up in the shape of a train station. This is pretty much what the World Trade Center Transportation Hub looks like. Except more surreal. You'd also maybe need to throw in a whole bunch of screw ups and missed deadlines, because this alien cathedral of a train station is one expensive mess. Read more...

5 things you need to know about the new Equinox at Brookfield Place

4 weeks agoHealth : Well Good NYC

The upscale gym is just the one of many healthy options flocking downtown to cater to the elite clientele of One World Trade Center.

Traumatized Condé Nasties Beset by Popcorn Smell, Manicure Drought

To truly understand the cultural phenomenon that is Condé Nast's wintry odyssey from 4 Times Square to One World Trade Center, we must take a quick peek into the recent past. Read more...

Today is the anniversary of the bombing of the World Trade Center

No, not, obviously, the September 11, 2001 attack by two airplanes on the Twin Towers. But today is the anniversary of the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center. It’s being commemorated with a ceremony at the 9/11 Memorial.

Fast-Forward Winter With This Frozen Hudson River Timelapse

Last week, we enjoyed the view of our icy little hellhole from the far reaches of space. Today, we present to you scenes of our misery from a window on the 33rd floor of 1 World Trade Center, shot by the folks at Conde Nast Traveler. [ more › ]

Nonfiction Book Review: Creativity: The Perfect Crime

In 1974, Phillipe Petit illegally walked a tight rope between the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center and set himself apart with his unique formula of boldness and skill. With the fame of such an audacious feat and the many other impressive talents he possesses, Petit began a speaking tour presenting his approach to creative problem solving.… Read more

Nicolas Cage Joins Oliver Stone’s Edward Snowden Movie

'Snowden,' which will be a sort of remake of Oscar winner Citizenfour, reunites Cage with his World Trade Center director. "Nicolas Cage Joins Oliver Stone’s Edward Snowden Movie" was originally published on Film School Rejects for our wonderful readers to enjoy. Show More Summary

Nicolas Cage Boards Oliver Stone’s Snowden

Snowden will mark Cage's second collaboration with Stone after 2005's World Trade Center The post Nicolas Cage Boards Oliver Stone’s Snowden appeared first on

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