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In Remembrance of Richard Pecorella Who Lost Fiancé on 9/11

Richard Pecorella and Karen Juday. Gift of the Hanley and Pecorella families.  Richard Pecorella and Karen Juday. Gift of the Hanley and Pecorella families.

Brooklynite Richard Pecorella, who shared his love story in an oral remembrance after his fiancé Karen Juday's death on 9/11, has died.  Read more »

Valentine’s Day Sentiments from the 9/11 Memorial Museum

A collection of love notes from John Vigiano Jr. to his wife and high school sweetheart, Maria. (Photo by 9/11 Memorial staff) A collection of love notes from John Vigiano Jr. to his wife and high school sweetheart, Maria. (Photo by 9/11 Memorial staff)

On a day celebrating love and devotion, the 9/11 Memorial shares touching stories from the family of a firefighter who died while saving others on Sept. 11.  Read more »

Memorial Partner Nets Top Journalism Award

StoryCorps is a 9/11 Memorial partner StoryCorps is a 9/11 Memorial partner

Our partner StoryCorps has won an award for turning personal accounts into animated shorts and an hour-long NPR special.  Read more »

StoryCorps, 9/11 Memorial Win Peabody Award

Dave Isay, founder and president of StoryCorps (Courtesy photo) Dave Isay, founder and president of StoryCorps (Courtesy photo)

StoryCorps and the National September 11 Memorial & Museum win Peabody Award for recorded 9/11 remembrances.  Read more »

StoryCorps: Recording Memory of the 1993 WTC Bombing Attack

The Memorial Guide shows the location of John DiGiovanni's name on the 9/11 Memorial. Learn more and explore the guide at names.911memorial.org. The Memorial Guide shows the location of John DiGiovanni's name on the 9/11 Memorial. Learn more and explore the guide at names.911memorial.org.

In an audio recording by StoryCorps, a former World Trade Center director and CEO remembers John DiGiovanni who was killed in the WTC bombing on Feb. 26, 1993.  Read more »

families, friends of terror attack victims needed for commemorative memorial exhibition (Updated X6)

When the 9/11 Memorial Museum opens in 2012, it will be a place of which we will be very proud.  That means fulfilling our mission to commemorate the various lives of the 2,982 victims of the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11 and February 26, 1993.The Memorial Exhibition  Read more »

Share Your 9/11 Story With Us, With the World

Sharing a story inside a StoryCorps recording booth. (Photo by Tony Rinaldo) Do you have a 9/11 story to share?Since 2006, oral historians Jenny Pachucki and Amy Weinstein of the 9/11 Memorial Museum have been working to collect recordings chronicling the events of the attacks of September 11, 2001. From first responders and city officials to teachers and architects, about 400 people have donated their time and contributed a 9/11 story.  Read more »

9/11 Terror Trials probed in upcoming event (Updated X2)

(Audio) Join the 9/11 Memorial for an evening of discussionA diverse panel of experts will discuss the pending 9/11 terror trials and Sept. 11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed at 6:30 p.m., April 28, at the 9/11 Memorial Preview Site, 20 Vesey St.  Read more »

View online video of 9/11 Memorial's speakers series at THIRTEEN Forum (Updated)

Log on NOW and view online in HD opening night of the “9/11, Today and Tomorrow” speakers series at the 9/11 Memorial Preview Site. The series had a touching debut with  StoryCorps founder Dave Isay, who played personal audio recordings that triggered emotion, drew smiles and inspired hope.  One of the  Read more »

Touching debut of '9/11, Today and Tomorrow' speakers series, RSVP now for next event (Updated)

StoryCorps founder Dave Isay opened the new "9/11, Today and Tomorrow" speakers series at the 9/11 Memorial Preview Site with powerful audio recordings that triggered emotion, drew smiles and inspired hope.  One of the recordings was a heartfelt remembrance of a youngster who lost his beloved grandfather on 9/11.If you missed this event, don't worry. Isay's presentation and other events in the new series can be viewed in HD online at  Read more »