Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Cross Your Fingers

Hopeful news about the Memorial at Ground Zero. The worry is that it won't be ready in time for the September 11, 2011 opening. But according to the following article in The Real Deal Online, it might actually be finished ahead of schedule.

After years and years of in-fighting and constant disappointments there, we can only hope this is true, and something beautiful and spectacular will rise from there to remember those we loved and lost.

And tomorrow at the Museum preview site at 20 Vesey Street, over 600 oral histories concerning the 9/11 victims will be unveiled there through StoryCorps, each one from one of the victims' friends and loved ones.

I'm proud to say that one of them is from me.

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