A famous tight rope walker came here, and tonight walked across a steel cable between 2 skyscrapers, traversing the river in the process.
It's a risky family tradition:
"Thirty-six years ago, Wallenda’s 73-year-old great-grandfather Karl Wallenda fell to his death attempting a wire walk between two hotel towers on a windy day in Puerto Rico."
I didn't watch it.
But I'm glad he didn't botch it.