Gowanus Canal cleanup yields sunken boats and a tree; ‘Naked Trump’ statue sells for $22K at auction

Posted On Tue, October 25, 2016 By

Posted On Tue, October 25, 2016 By In Daily Link Fix

  • Using a 100,000-pound hydraulic excavator, crews started debris removal at the Gowanus Canal. So far they’ve uncovered two boats, a tree, and countless random objects like tires and bikes. [DNAinfo]
  • What nine shoppers wore to the Williamsburg Whole Foods. [NYT]
  • Remember that “Naked Trump” statue that appeared in Union Square and then near the Holland Tunnel? It just sold for $22,000 at auction. [Art Daily]
  • Five sites of “dark tourism” in NYC. [Untapped]
  • Columbia’s controversial Manhattanville campus in West Harlem, which will cost $6.3 billion, held a dedication yesterday at its Renzo Piano-designed science center. [Gothamist]
  • Amid an attendance slump, the Yankees are renovating their seven-year-old stadium. [NY1]

Gowanus Canal via 6sqft 




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