Just six years ago today, the southern tip of Manhattan island was devastated. Today, six years later, baby carriages fill the sidewalks and no part of New York City is hotter. There are $2,000-a-square-foot condos under construction and retailers, like BMW and Tiffany, are opening. The area surrounding Ground Zero has come back, in spades.
"A report on Oct. 24, 1988, about the marriage of Amy Levine and David Abrams, misstated where the bride received her undergraduate degree. She graduated from Brown University, not Boston University. Amy Abrams only recently called attention to the error." -- from today's New York Times.
features Stone Street, a little-known street in lower Manhattan. There's a big photo of Stone Street, and the story focuses on the transformation of Stone Street into Manhattan's South Beach. Accompanying the story is a map of lower Manhattan, on which are named about half a dozen streets, but not Stone Street.