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Remembering Windows on the World

Esquire runs a wonderful, lengthy (7,000 words!), heartwrenching piece today by Cal Fussman, who worked at Windows on the World as a sommelier as part of a piece for the magazine that was originally supposed to run in 2001. It took him ten years to finally figure out how to write it, and it covers what it's like to seriously learn about wine, what it was like to work the floor at Windows on the World, and how he dealt with the aftermath of 9/11. [Esquire via -ENY-]