Where were you on Nov. 22, 1963?
The memory remains vivid and real for nearly every American old enough to recall it.
Where were you Nov. 22, 1963? What were you doing when you heard the news that bullets felled President John F. Kennedy?
As we approach next month's 50th anniversary of Kennedy's assassination in Dallas, the Tribune-Review wants to hear your memories and see what you've saved for five decades.
Tell us about that moment when horror spread from Dealey Plaza to the Three Rivers and beyond. Normal living stopped for hours. Were you in school or at work? Who told you? Where did you go?
Do you have photographs from a Kennedy visit to Western Pennsylvania? Do you have memorabilia we can see?
We want to include your recollections in a multimedia story presentation next month. Please send your thoughts, snapshots and contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org or call staff writer David Conti at 412-388-5802.
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