Gallery: PHOTOS: The Festival of Ideas StreetFest Takes Over Downtown M...

StreetFest extended into Sarah D. Roosevelt Park where Art in Odd places displayed some odd art in public places. One woman, who could only be described as the Trash Queen, wore a gown create from refuse and proudly strolled along Chrystie Street.
StreetFest extended into Sarah D. Roosevelt Park where Art in Odd places displayed some odd art in public places. One woman, who could only be described as the Trash Queen, wore a gown create from refuse and proudly strolled along Chrystie Street.

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  1. webrawer May 13, 2011 at 12:58 pm

    At Green Map System, we are delighted that you covered our story too:
    http://inhabitat.com/nyc/green-map-system-uses-open-source-model-to-foster-sustainable-communities

    From our perspective, taking part in the festival was really exciting and it was great to meet so many people from across the city and around the world, such as Leonel Lima Ponce, who wrote the terrific post on Green Map. Thank you Inhabitat and IdeasFest organizers!