There's an article in tomorrow's New York Times about the role the National Trust for Historic
Preservation Demolition played in razing the Century building. It features a photo by our favorite artistic activist, Alan Brunettin. Richard Moe, Royce A. Yeater and the rest of the cowardly accomplices at the national trust should be ashamed. They demolished not only the Century, but also the national trust's credibility. I'm proud to have been the first of 3,560 people who signed the petition indicting the national trust in the Crime of the Century.
In other New York Times news, Linda Tucci's cheery story that ran today about redevelopment projects in downtown St. Louis (including the Old Post Office, which, repeat after me, did not have to come at the expense of the Century) is currently #9 on the list of the Times' most emailed articles.