by Tom Johnson I find myself torn today between commemorating the anniversary of a horrific attack and giving in to my cynical side. The cynical side is winning.
Archive for September 11th, 2011
by Mark Saleski At this time, there’s really no point in starting another Iraq war ‘debate.’ It’s all been mashed out on the Internet so many times before. I have my opinions. You have yours.
by Derrick Lord It happened much the same way these type of things usually do — be it Elvis, the Beatles, Led Zeppelin … whatever: Late one night, roused out of sleep by a sound on the radio you’ve never heard before, or can’t quite place
by S. Victor Aaron In the wake of 9/11, LA producer Carlos Nino initially put together a collective of about 20 area musicians he named Build An Ark with the intent of spreading a message of peace, love and harmony through music.
This song, issued in the wake of the devastating attacks on New York City in 2001, nearly overwhelmed me with grief the first time I heard it. I thought of my father.
< >> I stepped out on the platform, the man gave me the news He said, “You must be joking son, where did you get those shoes?”