Horror hovered above New York City in the aftermath of 9/11. The brisk tempo of a once-raging metropolis slowed to a crawl, the five boroughs brittle and on the brink of demise.
Everything felt like it was devoid of color. That concrete jungle in all its majestic glory was eerily silent, its electrified zeal fading to black.
What was once a full-throttled ultimate megacity had taken on a milieu of depeche mode. People walked slowly. They kept their heads down.Read more on themighty.com