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September 11 Memorial

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of the mural On the side of Duke's bar, in Bloomfield on S. Millvale Ave., there's a small mural commemorating September 11. I don't know when the dead branches and graffiti were added. Perhaps some time after the adjoining gas station shut. My girlfriend points out that this could be a metaphor for how the country's patriotism has faded since the initial surge after 9/11.

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of the building Here's a picture of the front of the building. Note the sign promising "no crap on tap".

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Comments

Those are both beautiful images.

You should go to Duke's bar and see what they have on tap. (although the coors light sign is not promising)

I'd go, but I'm concerned that it would impair my objectivity.