As sure as the setting sun, throngs of tripod-toting tourists and New Yorkers alike piled into the cross-streets for the stunning solar-street grid alignment, Manhattanhenge, on Sunday night, and 42nd St near Grand Central Terminal proved one of the city's best viewing spots. But that doesn't mean cab drivers cared.
A YouTube video posted by Dave Armon shows a long line of pissed off cabbies, likely among many drivers across Manhattan not having the city's photogenic sun worship. Then again, the honking added a ritualistic rhythm to the whole thing. If there's an event in Manhattan, and no cabs to honk at it... is it really an event?
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Tony Merevick is Cities News Editor at Thrillist and is pretty sure a crowd of people in the street is more powerful than a line of yellow cars. Send news tips to firstname.lastname@example.org and follow him on Twitter @tonymerevick.
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