Angels’ Circle 9/11 Memorial on Staten Island Feels Impact of Pandemic, Vows to “Never Forget”

On September 11, 2001, 275 people with ties to Staten Island died. Some were simply at their desks starting their work-day, others had rushed to the burning buildings to save lives. Since then, memorials, community gatherings, and ceremonies, have helped unite people with a shared sense of loss and common purpose of growing stronger. On…

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At Angel’s Circle in Grasmere a Pledge to “Never Forget” and More Stories On Staten Island

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y.  — On this episode of the OnSI podcast… The 19th anniversary of September 11th, 2001, was certainly different than previous years, with the fight against COVID-19 persisting, yet, for many on Staten Island, a borough hard hit by the pandemic and 9/11, the pledge to “Never Forget” remains as steadfast as ever. “We…

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The Show Must Go On at the St. George Theatre and More Stories On Staten Island

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y.  — On this episode of the OnSI podcast… Like many performing-arts programs, COVID-19 has left the landmark St. George Theatre eerily, and uncharacteristically, silent; but, despite the ongoing crisis and uncertain months ahead, the venue’s resilient leadership team says the show must go on. At the peak of the pandemic in New York…

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