World's Tallest Building Imagined in Manhattan

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By Brian Ries
|  Thursday, Sep 24, 2009  |  Updated 7:00 AM EDT
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World's Tallest Building Imagined in Manhattan

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NEW YORK - AUGUST 19: The building of Swiss Bank UBS is seen in Midtown Manhattan August 19, 2009 in New York City. UBS will release over 4,000 names of American account holders as part tax-evasion settlement and investigation by American authorities. (Photo by Chris Hondros/Getty Images)

The hateful and anti-Semitic Topekan Church that Shall Not Be Named is planning to protest a Park Slope Synagogue on Saturday. [OTBKB]

Property owners along the Gowanus Canal have 60 days to clean up their lots before getting fined by Riverkeeper. [Gothamist]

New York transit cops should take a look at this video, which depicts members of the Sacramento Police Department cracking down on drivers ignoring the rules of a crosswalk. [Streets Blog]

Curbed gets an update on a building known not-so-lovingly as the Finger. [Curbed]

Norman Siegel appears to have helped a YouTuber get her account reinstated. [Queens Crap]

Photos of Miracle Flight 1549 will be on display in a Williamsburg art gallery through October 11th. [NY Daily News]

Here's what the world's tallest building would look like if it had been built in Manhattan. [BuzzFeed]

A slideshow of the techy oddities on display at the Gizmodo Gallery this week. [Gadgetwise]
 

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