By sunrise tomorrow, 50 Sing for Hope Pianos will have been placed throughout the five boroughs, bringing to 286 the number of street pianos placed here since the project's 2010 debut.
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Today -- finally! -- is the day. After a horrific winter featuring the coldest recorded temperatures in the past 81 years combined with a flu vaccine of historic inefficacy, spring has finally shown up.
Today, in an imagined escape from the 30-degree weather outside, I'm fast-forwarding to June via video -- specifically, via music videos created by artists in past years on the Sing for Hope Pianos.
NEW YORK — A new player is coming to the city's street scene this summer: everyday New Yorkers.
Sing for Hope Pianos will take 88 rehabbed pian...
TRIBECA -- The decorated instruments that graced the streets of New York this summer as part of the Pop-Up Pianos public art project need a new home -...
NEW YORK -- How do you steal a white 500-pound piano sitting in a public park?
That's what a nonprofit arts group that placed the piano in New York...
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