Project Ukulele Gangsterism

Project Ukulele Gangsterism strikes again

The ukulele gangsters were back at it this morning. Last spotted on the TTC back in April, the troupe of musicians wound its way through the Financial District this morning in an effort to inject a little fun into the mundanity of the workday commute along the PATH and at Union Station. The song was cheerful and group jovial as onlookers often broke out in smiles upon encountering the surprise performance. For more on the "gangsters" see our previous post, and for a glimpse of the action have a look at the photos below.

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Photos by Jason Cook. For more shots of the event check out his Flickr stream.


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