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I guess it’s been a long time since I strolled around Sixth Avenue in Midtown, because I only just saw La Gran Manzana (The Big Apple) a very eye-catching public sculpture by Mexican artist Enrique Cabrera, which has apparently been on view since last December. Doh!
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Nestled within the vibrant streets of the East Village in NYC, a whimsical wonder awaits those who know where the Neat Things are. The Pink Fountain of Stuyvesant Town, hidden within the charming enclave of Stuyvesant Oval, casts a spell on all who stumble upon its mesmerizing hues. As the sun dips below the horizon during the summer months, this magical fountain springs to life, radiating an enchanting spectrum of delicate pinks and deep purples. Living close to such a mystical marvel is nothing short of pure luck, a treasure to be cherished and celebrated. Continue reading Pink Thing of The Day: The Pink Fountain of Stuyvesant Town
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Add this to the long list of Very Cool Things I saw on my recent Chicago vacation: Spitting Fountains. Well, the proper name for this distinctive piece of public art is Crown Fountain, located in Millennium Park, but if you were a tourist and you asked a Chicago local to point you in the direction of “The Spitting Fountains,” I bet they would know what you meant.
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