Video of the Day: Candid Piano Art
stephanie | Dec 12, 2012 | 4:30PM |

The New York Times just posted an interesting mini documentary about a piano left on a curb in New York City. It’s fascinating to see everyone stopping to play it by themselves, with others, while walking dogs, while carrying groceries, while jogging…

Multiple people try to move it, children play it, people take photos with their cell phones. It attracts curious people of every age and race and, somehow, it warms this Grinch heart on a dreary day. If you’ve got a few…..


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