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reviews After watching the news on 9/11 with his family, Fernando travels from Mexico to New York City to find his father, an undocumented worker at the World Trade Center's famous Windows on the World restaurant / Directed by Michael D. Olmos / &ref(https://m.media-amazon.com/images/M/MV5BMzIyMzkzN2ItZjBjOS00Mjg1LThmMGMtOTkxYzA2Mjc1MDFlXkEyXkFqcGdeQXVyMTUyOTk5OTg@._V1_SY1000_CR0,0,629,1000_AL_.jpg) / Ryan Guzman, Luna Lauren Velez / Writed by Robert Mailer Anderson / Genres Drama.
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Watch Windows of the world. Watch Windows on the world of warcraft. The Windows On The World restaurant located in the North Tower of the WTC demonstrated how life and death can sometimes be decided on a razor thin wire of chance. In rare cases, one small change to a persons circumstances can significantly change the course or outcome of an event. The details of this decision-incident can often remain completely hidden to all the individuals involved until the event is completely over. Only then does the clear picture begin to unfold. WTC North Tower ? September 11th ? Slim Chance Between Life and Death. In this terrible tragedy, the North Tower, also known as 1 World Trade Center had it the worst. Not only was it the first building to be hit by one of the planes, but it was also the last building to fall. It was the only building that had all its fire stairs knocked out, that meant no-one above air strike on the 92nd floor ever got out and there would be no escape for its trapped occupants, where they would forced to witness the increasing carnage around them with their own slow realization of their ultimate demise. The Hijacked Planes Strike On September 11th 2001 at 8:46:26 a. m. American Airlines Flight 11 Boeing 767 impacted the north side of the North Tower of 1 World Trade Center. The plane entered the North Tower between the 94th and 98th floors. Flight 11 was flying at a speed of 490 miles per hour at the time of impact. North Tower occupants had no clue what was about to happen and they had no chance of survival from above the impact site, because, unlike the South Tower that was hit a few minutes later, all the fire escapes were destroyed by the impact of the plane. Documented accounts of human losses that morning at the North Tower at The World Trade Center included employees from such companies as Aon Corp, Cantor Fitzgerald and Marsh & McLennan. One particular company, Risk Waters Group Ltd, A British company, was at The Windows On The World conference facility that morning, they would not normally have been there. Windows On The World ? Background On This Most Famous Restaurant Windows On The World was a world famous 40, 000 square foot restaurant near the top of the North tower on the 107th Floor at 1 World Trade Center.?It boasted a popular “New American” style menu and had a first class wine list that included Chateau Lafite-Rothschild 1928 for $3000. 00.?The 107th floor was also occupied by “The Greatest Bar on Earth”, aka GBOE. This 13, 000 square foot happy hour bar was popular with tourists and Wall Street types alike. It was a traditional for New Yorkers to often complain about its “poor quality” and “expensive” drinks, but its location spoke volumes with amazing panoramic views of Manhattan and the tri-state area that was pretty hard to beat.?The 107th floor was also occupied by Wild Blue, a romantic and quieter restaurant and bar in the space formerly occupied by Cellar in the Sky.?A popular misconception is that Windows on the World was at the very top of the North tower, when in fact the top enclosed floor was the 110th floor, where CNN and some other television companies sited equipment and staff. The South tower, across the square, was home to the public glass-enclosed observatory located on the 107th floor and the world’s highest open-air deck on the 110th floor, that the tourists could visit.?On the fateful day of 9/11 2001 the Windows on The World Conference Facility on the 106th floor was playing host to the Risk Waters Financial seminar.?One floor above, on the 107th floor, the main restaurant and the bar were closed. Wild Blue, however was the only thing open ?on that floor and was serving breakfast to a number of WTC tenants and occupants. The Risk Waters Financial Conference The Risk Waters Group would not have normally been at the World Trade Center that day. They had organized a financial technology conference that was due to run both days of Tuesday 11th and Wednesday 12th of September 2001. They had invited a number of delegates from various financial companies and vendors in New York and the United States.?What distinguishes those delegates from the other victims in the WTC is that they wouldn’t normally be there and chance had a way of putting them there that morning. This, of course, is of no solace to the families left behind, but nevertheless remains a gruesome fact.?The delegate’s presence at the WTC is somewhat akin to the people who died at the (alleged) job interviews at Cantor Fitzgerald on the 95th floor. People who wouldn’t have normally been there, but happenstance put them there. The Risk Waters conference was due to start at 8:00 AM with Breakfast, with the first speaker due to begin at 9:00 the precise time of the impact were 16 staff from Risk Waters and 53 delegates from various invited companies and vendors in attendance.?An additional 137 delegates had been invited but had not arrived at the time of the impact or did not plan in coming after all.?Following the plane impact there were reports that delegates from this conference were being moved to the 107th floor. Conflicting reports indicate that smoke was heavy at the 107th floor and all the “Windows” staff was moved to the 106th floor to join the delegates. No Survivors From Above The 92nd Floor Christine Olender, the restaurant’s assistant general manager, said via her mobile phone to 911 services “We’re getting no direction up here. We’re having a smoke condition. We have most people on the 106th floor; the 107th floor is way too smoky, ” Other people above the impact site in the North Tower included staff from Windows on the World located on the 106th and 107th floors and from other companies on various floors above and below. It is understood that the roof deck was not accessible by the staff and delegates, but this is perhaps irrelevant as they may have sought adequate refuge on the 106th floor and rooftop rescue by helicopter was not a viable option, due to the updraft caused by the burning aviation fuel It is estimated over 200 people jumped to their death, with the majority of that number being made up from the North tower, where the fire and smoke were limited to fewer floors ? which made it more intense. The estimate was because “Jumper” injuries were very similar to injuries sustained by enclosed occupants and could not be clearly established following the event. The figure was arrived at by analyzing photographs of descending bodies that were taken at the scene. In the North Tower there were 1360 fatalities above the 92nd floor, which was 100% of its occupants at the contrast, the South tower had one fire escape that was passable after their impact, so in fact 350 people escaped even though they were above the point of above the 92nd floor in the North tower on that fateful day meant certain death for its occupants. No one survived. While many WTC corporations knew the risk of an attack following the 1993 bomb was high, they had accepted the risk of this occurrence and went on with their daily lives. In retrospect all the regular daily inhabitants of the WTC were a walking probability. The Risk Waters group and delegates exemplify the randomness of the event. It seems sadly ironic that the Risk Waters Group range of products and services are dedicated to risk management. Individuals of Special Note Who Died in the North Tower Liz Thompson, executive director of the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Liz Thompson 61 is executive director of the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC). Thompson was on what was to be the last elevator down from the 91st floor in the north tower of the World Trade Center. She was in a meeting concerning a public art commission; Liz is reported to have exited the lobby at 8:43 AM.?LMCC artist in residence Michael Richards, was not so lucky, he remained on the 91st floor and perished. George Sleigh,?naval architect 62-year old naval architect, George Sleigh, was in a north-facing office on the telephone to a colleague on the 91st floor. Incredibly, George witnessed the aircraft heading towards his building when it was just two to three plane lengths away. “It was quite a shock to see a large passenger plane that close to the building. Almost immediately upon me seeing it, the plane hit the building, ” he says. George works for the American Bureau of Shipping; its suite of offices was on the 91st floor, immediately to the left of the impact zone. It took George 50 minutes to descend the 91 flights to safety within a northern stairwell. He remains the highest survivor from the North Tower, no others from his floor (or above) survived Peter Field, the chairman and chief executive of Risk Waters Group Peter Field, the chairman and chief executive of Risk Waters Group, was scheduled to be at the Risk Waters conference that morning. He recalls, “I was up at about 6:30am to check my e-mail and phone the London office, intending to leave for the inaugural Waters Financial Technology Congress at the World Trade Center no later than 8:00 am. But I had trouble retrieving my e-mail and I decided to call our IT manager in London to get the problem sorted out. It was this simple act that probably saved my life. By the time I’d accessed my e-mail, I was running late, eventually leaving my hotel on the Upper West Side at about 8:10am.?I ran across the road from my hotel to the 66th St. subway entrance only to find there was a long delay in the service on the 1 and 9 lines to the Cortlandt St. /World Trade Center station. Eventually, I crammed myself on to a train at around 8:25am. I thought: “I might still catch David’s opening remarks because the conference is bound to start a little late. ” Delegates always register at the last minute on the first day of conferences. David Rivers, our company’s editorial director in New York, knew more about financial technology than many in the industry and was therefore ideal to open the first Waters Congr
Watch windows on the world store. Blick vom Restaurant nach unten (Westseite) Windows on the World war ein Turmrestaurant samt zugehöriger Bar im Nordturm des World Trade Center in New York. Die Bar wurde auch mit dem Slogan The Greatest Bar on Earth beworben. Der Gastronomiebetrieb erstreckte sich über die Stockwerke 106 und 107. Während im 106. Stock Veranstaltungsräume in verschiedenen Größen vorhanden waren, fand der normale Restaurant- und Barbetrieb im 107. Stock statt. Das Restaurant war auf der Nordseite untergebracht und erlaubte dem Gast, während des Essens auf die Skyline von Manhattan hinunterzuschauen. Das Restaurant war zwar bei weitem nicht eines der teuersten in New York, aber dennoch gehoben mit entsprechenden Preisen. Für Männer bestand Jackett-Pflicht, die konsequent eingehalten wurde ? auch wer reserviert hatte, aber ohne Jackett erschien, wurde an die Bar verwiesen. Die Bar erstreckte sich entlang der Fensterfront an der Südseite des World Trade Center 1 sowie über das Eck über einen Teil der Ostseite. Die Bar richtete sich zwar eher an das gehobene Publikum, hatte allerdings durchschnittliche Preise und keinerlei ?Gesichtskontrollen“ beim Einlass. Am beliebtesten war stets der Mittwoch zur Happy Hour bei freiem Eintritt. Von der Bar aus konnte man über die raumhohen Fenster einen Ausblick über die Südspitze Manhattans, wo der Hudson- und East River zusammenfließen, genießen. Zudem hatte man einen Blick auf die Freiheitsstatue, den Liberty State Park mit Ellis Island und Staten Island mit der Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge. Am 11. September 2001 waren bereits einige Gäste in den Räumen von Windows on the World, da dort auch morgens gerne Räume von Firmen, die im World Trade Center residierten, für Besprechungen, Präsentationen und dergleichen angemietet wurden. Niemand, der sich zum Zeitpunkt des Anschlages in diesen Räumen aufhielt, hat überlebt. Es gibt jedoch Aufzeichnungen zahlreicher Telefongespräche von dort eingeschlossenen Menschen, die ein Zeugnis der persönlichen Tragödien, die durch den Anschlag erzeugt wurden, darstellen. Restaurant Colors [ Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten] Am 12. September 2005 eröffnete das Restaurant Colors der ehemaligen Mitarbeiter des Windows on the World. Dabei geht es um die Sicherung von Arbeitsplätzen der Überlebenden und um die Unterstützung für die Angehörigen der Toten. Weblinks [ Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten] Internetauftritt des Restaurants Colors (englisch) Artikel zum Restaurantprojekt der ehemaligen Mitarbeiter des WOTW 31. August 2006.
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Following each presentation, the Provost's Office?will host an informal luncheon in Baird Library (Walton Hall, 2nd floor) from 11:30 a. ? 12:45 p. to extend the conversation over a meal. Sodexo offers a discounted meal rate of $6/person, payable at the door. Luncheon attendees should go through the Dining Commons line and bring their lunches back to Baird Library. February 21, 2020: Howard Stevenson: Racial Literacy Leader and TED Talk Speaker Windows on the World (February 21 at 10 a. in McInnis Auditorium #19? on the campus?map):?? “Why We Must Breathe: Racial Literacy as Nonviolence for Heart, Body, Mind, & Soul". In the service of others, we are often inspired to change the way dehumanizing systems perpetuate injustice. But how do we translate inspiration into action? Often, facing a racial encounter can be so threatening that individuals will run, freeze, or fight and make dangerous decisions. What if we could make a healthy decision during an unjust racial moment and instead of deer-in-the-headlights, we spoke truth to power? Racial literacy allows us to read, recast and resolve racially stressful encounters to become the “drum majors for justice” we aspire to be. Howard Stevenson ?80, an EU alum who also happens to be Bryan Stevenson’s brother, will spend the day at Eastern reflecting on important issues in honor of Black History Month. He will speak at Windows?and will share lunch with students and interested participants following the Windows session. Stevenson’s work involves developing culturally relevant, in-the-moment, strength-based measures and therapeutic interventions that teach emotional and racial literacy to families and youth. Learn more about Howard Stevenson and his TED talk. March 13, 2020: Audrey Assad: Singer-Songwriter, Author, Speaker & Producer Windows on the World (March 13 at 10 a. in McInnis Auditorium #19? on the campus?map):?? “Religion and Mental Health. ” ?Do our beliefs influence our mental health, or does our mental health influence our beliefs? Hint: the answer is yes. This talk explores the connection between our fundamental beliefs and our experience of the world.? Come hear Audrey speak about the relationship between religion and shame and mental health. Evening Performance: An Intimate Evening of Worship (March 13 at 7 McInnis Auditorium).? Join us as Audrey leads us in worship. Audrey Assad, multiple Dove Award nominee and iTunes Christian Breakthrough Album of the Year recipient, will speak at Windows on the topic of "Religion and Mental Health", visit classes, and perform in an intimate evening of worship on campus. Audrey has toured with Tenth Avenue North, Matt Maher, and Jars of Clay and has written songs for Matt Maher, Christy Nockels, and Meredith Andrews. She is featured on one of Chris Tomlin’s albums, and her new album Evergreen explores themes of songs of rebirth, identity, rebuilding trust, and discovering joy.? Learn more about Audrey. Following her presentation at Windows, Audrey will have lunch with interested participants. April 3, 2020: Michelle Milne & Ted Swartz: Humorous, Social Justice Oriented Theatre Artists Windows on the World (April 3?at 10 a. in McInnis Auditorium #19? on the campus?map):? "Taking Important Issues from the Head to the Heart: Theatre Artists Ted Swartz & Michelle Milne".? Drawing on their combined performances and writing around issues such as immigration, mental health, racism, climate change, incarceration, and the Doctrine of Discovery, Michelle Milne and Ted Swartz will share a vision of spirituality, comedy, culture, and social justice through their eyes as theatre artists.?Veteran actor/writers Ted Swartz and Michelle Milne will speak at Windows, have lunch with interested participants, visit classes, and perform Ted & Company's We Own This Now, a play about the Doctrine of Discovery, in the evening at 7 p. on April 3rd in the McInnis Auditorium. Ted and Michelle each bring expertise and 25 years of experience using storytelling, humor, and the arts (including movement and music) to spark community dialogue around issues of social justice and faith. Learn more at Ted & Company TheaterWorks. Evening Performance?(April 3 at 7 McInnis Auditorium):?? We Own This Now: What if the land you love was stolen??? Starring Ted Swartz and Michelle Milne, We Own This Now looks at love of land, loss of land, and what it means to “own” something. Chris has farmed the land his grandmother found as a home in Kansas after fleeing Russia almost 100 years ago; his daughter Riley is learning more about who was on that land before her Oma arrived, and the jarring connections she has to the fate of those people. Diving into historical documents, absurd situations, and extended metaphors, the audience discovers alongside Riley and Chris how the Doctrine of Discovery (the legal framework that justifies theft of land and oppression of Indigenous Peoples) is still being used and causing harm today.

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