NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A bride and groom enjoyed an impromptu first dance on the streets of New York.
The newlyweds had just finished an intimate dinner with family at a restaurant on the Upper East Side, but as they left, a neighborhood performer who has been out of work because of the pandemic started to sing.READ MORE: Join Us For Our Candidate Conversation With Jack Ciattarelli Tonight At 7 p.m. On CBSN New York
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He sounded pretty good, so the bride and groom got an unexpected dance and a memory they’ll cherish forever.MORE NEWS: NYPD: Suspect Grabbed 11-Year-Old Girl's Hair, Tried To Choke Her At Stuyvesant Square Park
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