In the wake of a major disaster, people often rally around a spectacle such as the ING New York City Marathon. I remember feeling a sense of the resiliency of the human spirit when the 1989 World Series between the Oakland Athletics and San Francisco Giants resumed 10 days after the massive Bay-area earthquake. Or the New Orleans Saints' "emotionally charged" return to the refurbished Superdome to kick off the 2006 season against the Atlanta Falcons in a nationally televised Monday Night Football event. Or how about the Concert for New York City that took place in Madison Square Garden ...
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