Instant Index: Banksy Sells Artwork for $60 on NYC Streets

By ABC News

Oct 14, 2013 10:07pm

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Banksy Sells Artwork for $60 on NYC Streets
Famed artist Banksy set up a stall along Central Park this weekend and sold some of his works of art — worth thousands of dollars – for just $60. Only three people bought the artist’s original pieces. The rest of his pieces went unsold.

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Jon Bon Jovi Walks Bride Down the Aisle
Most brides have their father walk them down the aisle but one lucky bride in Las Vegas scored Jon Bon Jovi. Branka Delic started an online petition two months ago to get the rocker to walk down the aisle. This weekend, her dream came true and Bon Jovi surprised the bride at the Graceland Wedding Chapel, the same chapel where he’d married his wife in 1989. He was in town for his world tour and tweeted his congratulations for the newlyweds: “May you & Gonzalo have a lifetime of happiness, love & memories together – ALWAYS!”

Jay-Z, Chris Martin Ride London’s Tube
Commuters in London got quite a surprise when Jay-Z and Coldplay’s Chris Martin traveled on the Tube to Jay Z’s concert this weekend. In October 2012, Jay-Z rode the New York subway to his show and made a new friend.

Russian Missile Mistaken for UFO
UFO sightings have been streaming in because of a white light in the skies over Russia. Astronauts on board the International Space Station also snapped photos. It was confirmed today that the sight wasn’t an alien or a UFO but actually a Russian missile burning so hot it was visible from space.

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