What I Lived as a New Yorker on September 11, 2001

Photo by Marcia Frost

I’ve been living in the Midwest for more than a dozen years now, but when September 11th comes around, I always remember I am a New Yorker. It’s an experience that the rest of the country can’t quite fathom as we were locked in place, waiting for friends and family, and whether or not we’d be attacked too.

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A lifestyle journalist who was forced to slow down tennis, travel, food & wine coverage when chronic illness changed her life & career. Linktr.ee/MarciaFrost

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Marcia Frost

Marcia Frost

A lifestyle journalist who was forced to slow down tennis, travel, food & wine coverage when chronic illness changed her life & career. Linktr.ee/MarciaFrost

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