Casey Neistat is no stranger to wild and crazy stunts. He has snowboarded through NYC (watch). He has wakeboarded through the canals of Amsterdam (watch). Now, he’s running around and chasing Pikachu in NYC. See it for yourself:
You can watch the behind the scenes video from the day below:
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NYC street artists Major Bigtime has been busy plastering Donald Trump’s face all over warning signs on the subway system. The two artists have been posting Trump’s face all over the bad guy of the subway’s “Courtesy Counts” signs. They’ve been going since April 17th and have no plans of slowing down. Hilarious.
Take a look at their works below:
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360-degree videos just keep getting better. This new video from The New York Times follows photographer, Jimmy Chin on his ascent to the top of 1 World Trade Center. That view though.
This is nuts. I knew a lot of places threw out tons of food, but was not aware of how ridiculous it was or how readily available it was to grab out of the trash. If you’re not afraid to dig through a little trash, you might never have to pay for food again in NYC.
Take a 360-degree tour of the new World Trade Center Transit Hub in this video from Gizmodo. The project has been going on for 7 years now, and finally nears completion. Once finished it will the most expensive train station ever.