In an attempt to promote an art exhibit, the ad agency Droga5 (whose name resembles "droga", the Polish word for "road") has enabled 5,000 pay phones in Manhattan to connect the caller with someone reminiscing about the way things were in 1993, the year which saw the first attack on the World Trade Center and the first election of Mayor Rudy Giuliani. Among those recounting the past is former NY Yankees pitcher Jim Abbott, who threw a no-hitter that year.
Read the story at SF Gate and CBS New York.
It's notable that there still are pay phones in New York City. For those of you too young to remember them, read about them here.