(Photo: Bain News Service / Library of Congress file)
Snow can make for tough travel here in New York this week, but at least we’re armed with modern snow removal equipment. That wasn’t the case in 1908, when horse-drawn wagons were used to remove the white stuff:
The “Tribute in Light” returns for one night as a tribute to all those who were lost on September 11th. The lights, located in lower Manhattan, will begin at sunset on September 11, 2013 and fading away at dawn on September 12th.
The Statue of Liberty finally reopened on the Fourth of July months after Superstorm Sandy swamped its little island in New York Harbor as Americans across the country marked the holiday with fireworks and barbecues.