Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik on the temporary viewing platform erected at the World Trade Center site.
December 29, 2001.

Firefighter Lee Morris serves as Ground Support Liaison during recovery efforts at the World Trade Center.
December 14, 2001.

A protestor gets his point across during rally of the Ku Klux Klan in lower Manhattan.
October 23, 1999.

Klansman participating in rally in lower Manhattan.
October 23, 1999.

Newly elected Senator Hillary Clinton addresses supporters as President Clinton and daughter Chelsea look on.
November 7, 2000.

Taxi driver calls for impeachment of Mayor Giuliani during rally held outside City Hall.
July 1, 1998.

A Navy veteran, and survivor of Pearl Harbor, at a ceremony commemorating the 60th anniversary of America's entry into WWII.
December 7, 2001.

Harry Beck, a senior at Packer Collegiate Institute and avid railfan, looks out the window of a subway car as it runs through the Bronx. Beck's senior project involved riding every mile of track in the transit system.
February 25, 2002.

Max Cohen and his dog, Rocky, successfully fought an order from his Lower East Side landlord to get rid of the five-year-old canine.
December 24, 2001.

The mother of Luis Santiago breaks down after her son was convicted for manslaughter -- but avoided the murder charge -- in the death of his girlfriend's daughter, Justina Morales.
December 4, 1997.

A slightly confused dog watches as a pipe major marches by in annual pre-St. Patrick's Day parade, which is held by NY State Supreme Court clerks and officers.
March 15, 2005.

Guitarist Bucky Pizzarelli beams as he gets a warm greeting from trumpetist Joe Wilder at the annual Charlie Parker Jazz Festival held in Tompkins Square Park.
August 25, 2001.

Carey Lowell and Sam Waterston take a break in Brooklyn Heights while filming an episode of "Law & Order."
August, 1996.

The Rolling Stones chose the Brooklyn waterfront as the spot to announce their "Bridges to Babylon" tour.
August 18, 1997.

New York Yankee Darryl Strawberry is comforted by manager Joe Torre when he is overcome with emotion at World Series Championship ceremony. Strawberry had been welcomed back to the team after a suspension for drug possession. Three months after this image was taken, Strawberry would again be suspended for possession of cocaine.
October 29, 1999.

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