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September 11, 2001 Attacks

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  • Saturday's Calendar

    SATURDAY O.C. Japan Fair Street festival showcasing Japanese culture, including Anime, will take place from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. at the O.C. Fair & Event Center, 88 Fair Drive, Costa Mesa. Adult admission is $5 and $3 for children ages 3 to 13. Children...
  • Remember 9/11 with multiple events in Newport-Mesa

    Countless cities, organizations, religious groups and families will commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks Sunday. Below is a listing of what groups are doing in your area of Orange County. * Sign a banner to support...
  • Forming art from tragedy

    Artist Jorg Dubin was in Laguna Beach, 3,000 miles away, when New York was sent into a tailspin after two planes barreled into the World Trade Center 10 years ago. Although Dubin felt connected on a human level to the atrocities and the aftermath, it...
  • Sunday's Calendar

    SUNDAY 9/11 10th Anniversary Events 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.: City of Costa Mesa 9/11 commemoration, U.S. Army Reserve Base, Air National Guard, 2651 Newport Blvd., Costa Mesa. 10 a.m.: Service of remembrance and hope, with guest speaker Imam Sayed Moustafa...
  • Community Commentary: A cop, firefighter look back on 9/11

    Minutes before one of the World Trade Center towers collapsed around them, two firefighters from the initial wave to arrive on the scene exchanged the following over their walkie-talkies: "Chief, what stair you in?" "South stairway Adam, South Tower."...
  • Parents see son's death as inspiration for others

    Parents see son's death as inspiration for others
    Sue and William "Bill" Pollard last spoke to their son, U.S. Army Specialist Justin Pollard, on Christmas 2003. "We talked about how he was coming around to the tail end of his tour, and I asked him if he had any plans for when he got home, and if he...
  • Mailbag: Making a change after surviving 9/11 attacks

    On Sept. 11, 2001, I was on the 61st floor of the south tower at the World Trade Center. This was the second building hit and the first to fall. I evacuated through the stairwell and was out of the building for about one minute when it dropped. Ten years...
  • TeWinkle honors 9/11 victims with ribbons

    TeWinkle Intermediate School commemorated the 10th anniversary of 9/11 by taking time to remember every victim of the terrorist attacks. The Costa Mesa school held a ribbon memorial Thursday where each student had the chance during their physical...
  • Apodaca: 100 years of fiery heroism

    Apodaca: 100 years of fiery heroism
    In the wee morning hours of Jan. 11, 1975, a police officer noticed smoke billowing from a block-long building on Pacific Coast Highway in Newport Beach. Firefighters were on the scene within three minutes, but it was already too late. The row of...
  • Reel Critics: 'Rio' takes you on a fun, wild adventure

    Reel Critics: 'Rio' takes you on a fun, wild adventure
    The makers of the "Ice Age" films take their animation skills to the tropics in the rollicking movie "Rio." The story centers on two rare birds living thousands of miles apart. But they are destined to meet in a series of wild adventures that will...
  • Apodaca: Symbols give us more than we realize

    I had been planning to write something snarky about the breathless media coverage of Britain's royal wedding, and plea for a return to focusing on the important stories of our time, like Lindsay Lohan's shoplifting trial. I considered the obsession...
  • Years later, 9/11 events still vivid

    Even before the U.S. killed Osama bin Laden, the photo of the flaming World Trade Center towers had been removed from a Newport Beach man's wall. It once served as a bin Laden "wanted" poster for Dover Shores resident Lyle Davis, who hung it prominently...