Posted on February 12th, 2012 by Viveca in 9-11

New York Juggler Check-In List
Most recent update: Monday, September 24 2001

The following New York area jugglers and their families are all fine. I will be adding their stories as I receive them, but I wanted to get this up ASAP for all the people asking. PLEASE do not assume anything about anyone whose name is not here. Lots of people only have access to email at work, and lots of businesses are closed. I will update as fast as I learn anything.

If you have any information about any others or want to share your story, please send it to me.

Krista Ambats
Alice Bosveld
Hovey Burgess
Shayn Caul
Tom Cutrofello
Russell Davis
Brian Dube (ok and open)
Christine Duenas
Tony Duncan
Andy Eisner
Barrett Felker
Sanford Flax
Paul Fryd
Viveca Gardiner
Ned Gelfarst
Karen Gersch
Nick Goldsmith
Paris Goudie
John Grimaldi
Matt Guzzardo
Steve Hess
Serra Hirsch
Keith “the leaf” Hirschman
Jack Hirschowitz
Ray Hoffman
Bob Howard
Allan Jacobs
April James
Myles Kane
Steve Kasow
Watson Kawecki
Roderick Kimball
Sky King
Jon Luongo
Rainer Magik
Cecil Mackinnon
Tim “Sketch” Malloy
Ambrose Martos
Meitar Moscovitz
Shir Moscovitz
Mark Murawski
Scott Murawski
Keith Nelson
Kevin O’Keefe
George Orosz
Christina Payne
Reed Payne
Slammin’ Andy Peterson
Cynthia Rauschert
Janet Richman
Gavid Schmidt
Will Shaw
Jaime Sara Sperling
Joe Stevens
Ezra Story
Javier Tollinchi
John Towsen
Monica Vela
Dustin Webster
Josh Weiner
Lenore Welby
Pauline Welby
Nico Westerdale

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3 Comments on “Jugglers”

  1. Josh P

    What qualifies a “juggler”?

  2. Viveca

    This wasn’t a comment on anyone’s ability. Jugglers and circus folk from around the world were emailing asking whether everyone was okay or asking me to go check on, for example, Hovey Burgess, because they knew he lived “downtown” and couldn’t reach him (Hovey lives in the East Village, which is downtown but not in the WTC vicinity). This list was everyone I could find who was a part of the juggling scene in the city at the time.

  3. Josh P

    Oh right. I don’t know how to read. Please feel free to delete this and my last comment, or leave it as a sign of my own stupidity. I now understand why there are so many dumb comments on the internet. They’re my fault.

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