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October 28, 2011

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Ilyse Brainin

How have I never heard of him? This is truly tragic...who will carry on his work?

rosemary

There's some info in this article about the future of the City Museum and Cementland: http://stlbeacon.org/region/113208-cassillys-death-leaves-questions-about-future-of-city-museum-cementland

This was a tragedy for our area-- he was a man with an amazing vision and a willingness to dare that is so rare. Hopefully, the children that skittle down the 3 story tall slide or climb through the "caves" will be inspired to that same level of creativity and daring in their adult lives.

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