Today is a day to remember those who were lost in the 9/11 attacks. To thank the first responders who worked so hard to save as many victims as possible. And to offer prayers for the victims who survived and for the families of those who didn't. At that time, amidst the news reports, some advertisers did what they could to show their patriotism and their support. But no one did it better than Budweiser.
There were plenty of tears at the 9/11 Memorial Service in Yankee Stadium less than two weeks after the attacks. But when Lee Greenwood got up to sing, people smiled through their tears and found renewed patriotism.
There's lots going on Labor Day weekend in Bangor, but not everything is open. Here's a quick and handy list of places in and around the city and whether or not they're open or closed on Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 7, 2015.
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