I know everyone out there in blogland does not live in New York. So for people out there who haven't been to New York in the summertime, let me tell you that there are some great things about being in the city at this time of year. You can see movies in Bryant Park, listen to the New York Philharmonic perform in Central Park, and attend a concert at the Today show, all for free! This morning was one of those days when people definitely took advantage of the free concert, as evidenced by the Bon Jovi crowd. Our director Joe Michaels said this morning that the crowd was probably our largest crowd ever. The overhead chopper shots throughout the show offered evidence to that fact as the crowd spilled out from the plaza, across the street on both sides. I took some pictures this morning (which don't quite do justice to the enormous crowd), but give you some idea of the huge number of people who turned out for Bon Jovi!