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Pulse, One Year Later: Preserving The Site – Plans For A Pulse Memorial


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Fresh flowers and candles were brought to Pulse one year after the mass shooting./Photo: Catherine Welch

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As of today, June 12th, 2017 Pulse nightclub still stands, closed, surrounded by fences covered with artwork and a year-old makeshift memorial. What does the future hold for the site of Pulse? 90.7’s Amy Green says the club’s owner wants to give mourners a space, and plans a permanent memorial and museum at Pulse.

The music featured in the special program “Pulse: One Year Later” was composed in response to the tragic shooting, by artists with ties to Orlando.

“Live In Me” by Beemo

LISTEN TO OTHER CHAPTERS OF THE ONE-HOUR SPECIAL, ‘PULSE, ONE YEAR LATER’


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