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Powerful 9/11 Tribute [Video]
Each year at this time, I share this video.  It's called Homeward Angels and it does two important things: it reminds us of the horror of September 11th, 2001 and, even more importantly, it gives us the promise of a new day, rebirth and rebuilding.  This is tremendous and will absolutely give you chills.
Powerful 9/11 Tribute [Video]
It's hard to believe, but the tragedy of September 11th was fifteen years ago today.  In a way, it seems like a lifetime ago.  In other ways, it seems like yesterday. Check out this powerful 9/11 tribute.  It's called Homeward Angels and it does two important things: it reminds us of the horror of September 11th, 2001 and, even more importantly, it gives us the promise of a new day, rebirth and re
Powerful 9/11 Tribute [Video]
It's hard to believe, but the tragedy of September 11th was fifteen years ago today.  In a way, it seems like a lifetime ago.  In other ways, it seems like yesterday. Check out this powerful 9/11 tribute.  It's called Homeward Angels and it does two important things: it reminds us of the horror of September 11th, 2001 and, even more importantly, it gives us the promise of a new day, rebirth and re
Powerful 9/11 Tribute [Video]
It's hard to believe, but the tragedy of September 11th was thirteen years ago.  It still seems like yesterday in many ways.  It certainly did last night when I sat down with YouTube and tried to find the perfect tribute to share with you guys today here at WBKR.com.  And I think this is it.  Homeward Angels does two important things: it reminds us of the horror of September 11th, 2001 and, even m
Preview of the 9/11 Museum
Country music fans can answer the question, "Where were you when the world stopped turning?"  In fact, just about everyone on the planet can. Now, tourists from around the world can remember 9/11 inside a riveting new museum located under what used to be the World Trade Center in New York City.
New York City’s Newest Tallest Building — World Trade Center Passes Empire State Building [Video]
This morning on WBKR's Waking Crew Chad and I mentioned that one of the most trended items on Google was the new World Trade Center. A friend of mine lived in New York City in the late 1980's and rented a secured apartment in Manhattan. It was a tiny little room with a bathroom and a kitchenette. She paid $3000 a month for it! Why? Because from her kitchenette window she could see the Empire State