A big screen was set up under The Egg to show the game.





The State Education Building.


Yep, that's a rabbit on the lawn in West Capitol Park.

The Corning Tower's salute to Derek Jeter

Corning Tower Derek Jeter salute

The Corning Tower saluted Derek Jeter Thursday night by lighting up his number on the building. The Yankee captain's last home game was also screened beneath The Egg -- and a few hundred people were there to watch. It turned out OK.

A few more large-format night photos from around the ESP and Capitol are after the jump.

The photos are above in large format -- click or scroll all the way up.


The rabbits are all around the capital, people see them all the time.

ITT: Rabbit talk

There are at least two rabbits that live in the lawn and bushes at the base of the plaza, south of the corning tower. I see them almost every time I cut through the P1 garage exit at night! It makes me happy to see they are still alive and kickin'.

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