This stunt may be a campaign to "put zombies back on TV" (we're talking to you, Dish Network!), but still -- watching zombies attempt the mundane among everyday New Yorkers is a delight.
Copywriter Chelsea Davison recently staged an epic game of truth or dare in New York by leaving 300 cards around Washington Square Park. They instructed participants to reveal their truths via Twitter, while dares required on-the-spot activities.
"Dares required a bit more courage, yet people took the leap," Davison reports. "We even caught a few on film." Overall, "the response was awesome. People started talking, laughing, and having silly, unanticipated fun. Some people even collected the cards as souvenirs."
Same-Sex Marriage Celebration of the Day: As promised, Avenue Q puppets Rick and Rod celebrated the first day of same-sex marriages in the state of New York by tying the knot outside City Hall in NYC.
New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, who was the major driving force behind the Empire State's legalization of same-sex marriage, pro