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Mary Whalen Moves Again

Here were some of the previous Mary Whalen moves.  And here was one return.  A few days ago, Mary Whalen moved into Atlantic Basin, where the… 159 more words


Editing and Publishing Images

During a workshop, a task had been given where photographs and text had been taken out of a photographic journal, in this particular case, Source Magazine, Autumn 2009. 307 more words


1904: Siamese Jane, the Sacred Cat of Siam That Was Smuggled Into Brooklyn

Centuries ago, Siamese cats lived a life of luxury in their native Siam (now Thailand). Some of these exotic felines lived within palace walls as the regal pets and mouse catchers of Siam royalty. 1,265 more words

New York History

Slowest Atlantic Hurricane Season Since 2000 May Come Alive

By Kristina Pydynowski

Not since 2000 has the formation of the third named tropical storm in the Atlantic Basin occurred past Aug. 16. A train of tropical waves will attempt to fuel such development through the upcoming week. 498 more words

News/ Current Events

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Buttermilk Channel, in today’s post

– photo by Mitch Waxman

Just a single image today, of a tourist boat plying the East River’s Buttermilk channel. Your humble narrator is off on a short adventure today, so look forward to what I’m going to find at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. 34 more words


The Atlantic Basin thermal coal markets - The present and the future

We recently had the opportunity to catch up with the president of Doyle Trading Consultants (DTC), Ted O’Brien, to find out his view on the current and future outlook of the Atlantic Basin thermal markets. 1,034 more words

Mining & Resources

TROPICS: The ghost of Gabrielle returns, and Humberto may be our first hurricane

RICHMOND, Va. (WTVR) – We are tracking two tropical cyclones in the Atlantic Basin. One is the regenerated ghost of Gabrielle, and another in the far East Atlantic could become our first hurricane of the season. 110 more words