Denver's CELL museum is an interesting place to spend 9/11

CELL founder Larry Mizel, left, with Bill and Jeannie Ritter at the CELL

If today’s 9/11 anniversary has you recalling those horrible attacks seven years ago, you may want to head over to the CELL, Denver’s new terrorism museum. The space, at 99 West 12th Avenue, has been hailed by some as a probing look at the causes and ramifications of global violence, and vilified by others as big-budget, heavy-toned fear mongering.

Read our take on visiting the museum with Governor Bill Ritter in the midst of the DNC here. –- Joel Warner

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Joel Warner is a former staff writer for Westword and International Business Times. He's also written for WIRED, Men's Journal, Men's Health, Bloomberg Businessweek, Popular Science, Slate, Grantland and many other publications. He's co-author of the 2014 book The Humor Code: A Global Search for What Makes Things Funny, published by Simon & Schuster.
Contact: Joel Warner