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Pigeon Bird Man of NYC and Other Washington Square Oddities

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The Gigantic Flamingo In The East River

Did you see the gigantic flamingo floating down the East River? Other New York Oddities After the Gigantic East River Flamingo Pigeon Bird Man of Washington Square Hula Hoop Violinist A Piano That Kills Fascists “Attention, would-be influencer who maybe lost track of a giant pink flamingo floaty ahead of an Instagram-oriented Memorial Day pool

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Get a unique perspective of New York City from the Brooklyn Bridge

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