New recording booth opens at Ground Zero.
StoryCorps enables you to record your memories of those lost on 9/11 and preserve these stories at the Library of Congress for generations to come. On July 12, 2005, StoryCorps expanded to include a second booth at the World Trade Center site. This booth will serve as a place where survivors and families of 9/11 victims can come to record their memories and stories. Participants also have the option of visiting the StoryCorps booth in Grand Central Terminal to record with an interview partner. Those who live outside the New York City area are encouraged to rent a StoryKit, which will be provided to 9/11 families free of charge. There are also opportunities to visit one of the two MobileBooths which are currently doing a national tour. The MobileBooth itinerary can be found at Visit the website above for more information or call 646-723-7025 to make a reservation for a 40-minute session.

UPDATE: In commemoration of the fourth anniversary of September 11 StoryCorps will have extended hours on September 10 and September 11 at the World Trade Center StoryBooth. The booth, located on the concourse level of the PATH Station will be open both days from 9:30AM-7:30PM. The StoryBooth at Grand Central Terminal will also be open, operating on a normal schedule. For information on how to set-up your appointment and more information on how this works, please log on to this password-protected website created just for Family Members: The password is 'remember'.