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Tribune staff reporterIt was a meeting members of the National Association of Business Economics would like to forget if only they could. About 250 of the country's prominent economists were gathered Tuesday morning at the New York Marriott World Trade Center hotel, wedged...
Tribune staff reportersCommemorations of the first anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks unfolded in time zones around the globe Wednesday, but the eyes of the world focused on ground zero. Ringed by police snipers and circled overhead by a military helicopter gunship,...
Tribune staff reporterAs her plane nosed into the sky above O'Hare International Airport, Jennifer Weil's palms became so sweaty they stuck to the Glamour magazine in her lap. ("Go Ahead, Face Your Fears!" advised the article on page 149.) Weil, 28, an accountant with Ernst &...
Tags: National Security, Midtown, Yom Kippur, New York, Kevin Mitchell
Sun National StaffNEW YORK - Against a setting sun, a clarinetist blows fiercely into his instrument, the sound more anguished cry than musical note. Dancers, moving as slowly as a dream, climb atop a tomb-like vessel piled high with dark, pebbly dirt, alternately...
Tribune national correspondentDay by day, the city takes halting steps back to normal life, comforted by the return to routines and familiar places. But for thousands of New Yorkers, still barred from homes near the site of the terrorist attack, such relief remains out of reach. At...
Tribune architecture criticOffering the strongest sign yet that he intends to rebuild, the New York City developer who holds the lease on the World Trade Center has hired two of Manhattan's top design firms to begin shaping a new complex and negotiate the political maze that is...
Staff And Wire ReportsAs President Bush told the nation that the United States had launched a strike on Iraq, the Brentwood Hills Church of Christ in Nashville opened its doors to the community to watch on two big screens -- and to pray. About 15 people were on hand during...
Times Staff WriterFly back with me to the year 2000. The average hotel rate in New York is $237 plus tax, or about $270. Three nights' lodging, two plane tickets from L.A., museum admissions, modest meals, cabs — suddenly a long weekend is $1,500. And you haven't...
Times Film CriticGo ahead, admit what you've always suspected: A certain percentage of people met in daily life are so strange, so out-and-out weird, they have to be aliens from another universe. Now, at last, comes a major motion picture that dares to tell you it's all...
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