Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Where In the World is Matt Lauer, Part II

After criticizing Matt’s silly looking five o’clock shadow, he has partially redeemed himself by doing a segment on the Anne Frank House while in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

The Anne Frank House is the place where Anne and her family, another family and a couple of other Jews hid out from the Nazis until they were betrayed by an unknown person. If you read my column about a local college’s observance of the Holocaust, you know that I was quite affected by the photo exhibit and the play The Diary of Anne Frank. Although the Today Show’s segment was too short and didn’t do a very complete job of showing, I appreciated that brief glimpse at this special place.

Matt still sports the five o’clock shadow, though.

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