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“We are Boston. We are strong.”
That was the message that the city projected on Wednesday night during an
emotional pregame ceremony before the Bruins-Sabres game, the first game played
in Boston since the tragic events of Monday’s Boston Marathon.
After a video montage of scenes from the marathon played on the arena’s Jumbotron,
anthem singer Rene Rancourt got part of the way through “The
Star-Spangled Banner” before letting the TD Garden crowd take the lead.
The end result was an unforgettable moment that can’t accurately be put into
words. Watch for yourself in the video below.
The National Geographic Channel has a six-part miniseries on the 1980s, which will premiere this Sunday. It's called "The '80s: The Decade That Made Us".
To go along with it, they commissioned a comprehensive survey on the '80s.
We want to know what you think.