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N Train To Astoria

Every single day I ride on an urban iron horse that whooshes along the rails high above my home town of Astoria. Every single day is the same scene but, every day I see it differently. 327 more words


Newtown Literary Contributor: M.J. Golias

Writer M.J. Golias’s poem “The Mother and Daughter Don’t Live There Anymore” was featured in Issue #6 of Newtown Literary. We interviewed her about her writing, and her answers are below.  423 more words

From A Newtown Literary Contributor

conducive circumstance

Macro shots, berries, and my life’s savings – in today’s post.

– photo by Mitch Waxman

On Monday of this week, a series of table shots were offered, depicting various food stuffs and comestibles which were photographed under a “macro” table shot setup. 1,387 more words


Mariana's Trench come to Pittsburgh

On Saturday February 6th, 2016 the guys from Mariana’s Trench came to the city with a crazy surprise. Not only were they playing in a reconverted church venue called Mr. 465 more words


lured and

Adventure and pedantic excitement, in today’s post.

– photo by Mitch Waxman

Recent endeavors found me at what I’m fairly sure is the western boundary of the former garden of Eden, the modern day Times Square. 661 more words

New York City


I wandered out of my apartment yesterday morning to make sure I got a glimpse of the outside world before the Super Bowl shenanigans began. 485 more words

Astoria, OR to Seattle WA

We’ve reached the end of our time along the Pacific Highway, and we very reluctantly took our last walk along the beach before heading east and crossing the Columbia River. 751 more words