via NYTimes: From the shore, it looks like an oddly shaped buoy. But as residents here have discovered on closer inspection, it is in fact a grand piano perched upright on a narrow sand bar in Biscayne Bay — a sight that has inspired wordsmiths to compete to name South Florida’s newest curiosity (“piano bar” seems to have won).
Update: Case closed. Turns out the piano belongs to Nick Harrington, 16, of Miami Shores, Florida. He dropped it in the bay as part of an elaborate plan to get into Cooper Union. Gotta say I hope it works. Cooper Union so far seems unimpressed.