MvVO Art Launches AD ART SHOW

T2C Remembers 9/11 and The Firemen of Engine 54, Ladder 4, Battalion 9

T2C Remembers 9/11 and The Firemen of Engine 54, Ladder 4, Battalion 9

2,996 people died on 9/11 and will be honored this morning. Starting at 7 a.m. the ceremony will pause six times. They represent: The two planes that hit each of the Twin Towers, twice for when each tower collapsed and two more times to mark the Pentagon and Flight 93 attacks.

As hurricanes are ravaging our nation, thousands of 9/11 victims’ relatives, survivors, rescuers and others are expected to gather at the World Trade Center to remember. Sixteen years later, the pain is still felt.


President Donald Trump, is scheduled to observe a moment of silence at about the time the first airplane hit. Vice President Mike Pence and U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke are scheduled to deliver remarks at the Flight 93 National Memorial near Shanksville. In New York, politicians can attend, but since 2011, they haven’t been allowed to read names or deliver remarks.

The Tribute in Light will begin at sunset and end Tuesday at dawn.

T2C’s hearts and prayers are with those who lost a loved one on that day, especially the firemen at (FDNY) Engine 54, Ladder 4, Battalion 9 and the 15 men — everyone working that shift, who raced to the World Trade Center and never returned.


More in Events

Sara Bareilles, John Legend, Alice Cooper, BranDon Victor Dixon, Jason Tam

Jesus Christ Superstar Live! Goes Vogue

Suzanna BowlingMarch 21, 2018
Liz Robertson

Dance a Little Closer Returns to New York in Two Ways

Suzanna BowlingMarch 21, 2018

5 Tips Take Perfect Shots in Events

WriterMarch 21, 2018
Comfort Women

The Talks Regarding Korean Comfort Women Between South Korea And Japan Continue

WriterMarch 21, 2018

Rodney Yee and GAIAM Launch New Healthy Living Studio

ElizaBeth TaylorMarch 20, 2018
David Rockwell

A Conversation about Designing for a New Generation

Suzanna BowlingMarch 20, 2018
The Trauma Brain Project

Marsha Mason Helps Lead The Trauma Brain Project

Suzanna BowlingMarch 19, 2018
John Legend

John Legend Brings a Lot More Than You Think to Jesus Christ Superstar

Suzanna BowlingMarch 18, 2018
Untold Stories of Jewish Women

Voices Speak Out This Week at the Museum of Jewish Heritage

Suzanna BowlingMarch 17, 2018