The tenth anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center took top billing this week.
Douglaston Patch interviewed Michael Arad, a Douglaston man who designed the 9/11 Memorial at Ground Zero.
State Sen. Tony Avella, D-Bayside, held a motorcade to honor 22 northeast Queens victims of the attacks.
And The National Art League debuted a 9/11-inspired exhibit.
Here's your Week In Review:
The Bipartisan Policy Center releases a report, which finds that U.S. security has barely improved since 9/11.
Reviews in This Week at the Movies include "The Debt," "Apollo 18" and "Shark Night 3D."
State Sen. Tony Avella, D-Bayside, pauses for a moment of silence at 22 sites throughout northeast Queens that have been renamed for first responders and civilians who died on 9/11.
Read Patch's interview with Michael Arad, a Douglaston architect who designed the 9/11 memorial in the World Trade Center's footprints.
In this week's Notes from a Food Diva , Carol Brock divulges some eel recipes.
Take a look at Patch's coverage of 9/11, including ceremonies at Ground Zero and St. Patrick's Cathedral as well as an event in Bayside.