Is New York’s preternatural calm a sign of resilience or is terror the new normal?

The bike path along the Hudson river is as busy as ever with little beyond a small memorial to indicate it was site of the city’s deadliest terrorist attack since 9/11

You just wouldn’t know.

On an unseasonably warm November afternoon, as New Yorkers swoosh by on bicycles, some with young kids on the back, others riding the distinctively sky-blue shareable Citi bikes, you just wouldn’t know that 48 hours previously this exact spot was the setting of unthinkable carnage.

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