There have only been two times when I’ve actually fallen to my knees for grief. One was in New York City when at the Playhouse as young actors we watched a woman leap to her doom from her apartment. The other was on 9/11 after I put my children to bed, walked outside and looked… Read more »
Posts Tagged: New York City
Impossible to describe and filled with a kinetic energy known only by people who have been there, while Manhattan absorbed the brunt of the blow to the American psyche on Sept.11, today it’s safer, cleaner and more visitable than ever.