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Sept. 11: One year after

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A look at how the world has changed since September 11   Day 6: Everywhere USA
The artist's response
The artist's response  What has helped us make sense of the senseless? Directly and subtly, in ways enormous and small, the events of Sept. 11 affected artists and the work they created. (Globe Staff Photo / Lane Turner)   Story
 INSPIRED BY SEPTEMBER 11
Visual artwork   Song lyrics, poems
A town seeks answers through a prism of faith
Terror arrived on Sept. 11 in Shanksville, Pa. What happened there happened in the middle of nowhere, which in America is really the middle of everywhere. God's Country, locals proudly say. But where was God on that bloody morning?

GLOBE MAGAZINE
Virginia Buckingham's story
Terrorism and security were not the only concerns at Logan Airport during the September 11 crisis. Political opportunism and finger-pointing also had their day, the ex-Massport chief writes.
Hitchens: It's a good time for war
Gallery: Now the flag is everywhere

Six lives: A special Focus section
Sept. 11 was a national Rorschach test. Some people were stirred to action, some awakened to the preciousness of life. For some, nothing changed. For these six people, everything changed.
Lincoln Leibner
Lincoln Leibner
A year later, still reliving that day at the Pentagon.
Melissa Culhane and Fadi Badlissi
Melissa Culhane & Fadi Badlissi
A new love amid global tensions.
Lauren and Bo Gurskis
Lauren & Bo Gurskis
Missing the flight saved her life.
Mark Baldwin
Mark Baldwin
Moving mountains in a place like none he'd ever seen.
Paul DiPietro
Paul DiPietro
Watching kids come to grips with "Social Justice."

 FROM THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Many books mark anniversary
Attacks prompt changes in lives
Economic impact lingers
Many tired of 9/11 reminders
Anti-American bias in world films?
Flight 93 remembered
Some still picking up pieces
Attacks motivate swimmer
No lasting marks on media
Talking about a changed world
Europe is looking inward
Care in newspaper coverage
Famous photographer is same
Baseball forges forward
Quotes about the 9/11 attacks
Sports returned with patriotism
Arts embrace, avoid 9/11
9/11 TV depiction
Volunteerism: Trend or blip?
Patriotism and voter turnout?
News stories week before 9/11
Graphic: AP poll on post-9/11 attitudes
Graphic: Business sectors see lasting effect
Graphic: Investors' reactions since 9/11
 MESSAGE BOARD
What piece of art comforted you after the Sept. 11 attacks and why? Was there a song that calmed you? A poem that consoled you?
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 CHAT TRANSCRIPT
How culture changed: Globe arts writer Louise Kennedy talked about how American pop culture has changed in response to the attacks.


 SEPTEMBER 11, 2001
AFP Photo
A look back at the day
 VICTIMS
Globe Staff Photo / David L. Ryan
A list of those lost




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