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Tombstone

Images that the artist shared with Gothamist ultimately led investigators to his door.
"I was trying to find a way where I could literally connect to Donald and say, 'Wake up man.'"
"It was definitely provocative, strange for Easter morning."
Human remains here, there, everywhere.
"We had no idea about the vault. If we'd known about it, we wouldn't have dug there."
If you want something done right, you have to do it yourself.
Do you know about the 15-year-old who died 103 years ago after being chased and kissed by girls in the Metropolitan Life Building?
The mystery is being lifted little-by-little around James Jackson, whose tombstone
Courtesy of the Parks Department Perhaps it would have been nice
Washington Square Park in the 1880s, via Ephemeral NY Yesterday we
Washington Square Park in 1930 This past Friday, as construction on
Photograph of Ed Koch, taken in 2001, by zsumoz on Flickr
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