February 1, 2013
September 11, 2001 is a day that lives in the hearts and minds of people worldwide — and there's no overstating its impact on the New York City borough of Brooklyn.
Brooklyn's 9/11 memorials pop up all over: in Coney Island and Brooklyn Bridge Park, Park Slope and Sunset Park, Bay Ridge and Red Hook. The solemnity of the memory and magnitude of loss are captured by "living memorials" of trees, and in hard bronze sculptures. The styles vary, from graphic representations of the men and women who died, to simple street signs, so easy to miss, that mark the spot where a loved one once lived or worked. More.