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Almost Friends (A Poem, Inspired by Paterson)

Hello my lovelies!

After a whirlwind July I am back on home turf, which means back to writing and posting about my wonderful experiences soon. But before all that, I was quite keen during my trip to share with you a fellow blogger who dabbles in poetry. 371 more words


August 19, 1908: Passaic River Pollution Case

August 19, 1908: Municipal Journal and Engineer article. Stream Pollution Decisions. “In the State of New Jersey an award was recently made by Vice-Chancellor Stevens of the State Court of Chancery in the case of damages claimed to be caused by the pollution of the Passaic river, which introduced some novel methods which may probably be accepted as a precedent in other cases. 834 more words



A poem by William Carlos Williams

Illustrated by Benn Bell

Dedicated to Ginger Peacock Jones

Mr T.  bareheaded in a soiled undershirt

his hair standing out on all sides… 81 more words

Notes From The Undrground


I am a big fan of blockbuster films, Hollywood style et al. A lot has been said about how small, independent films are being crushed by much larger, puffed out… 925 more words

This And That

Person Held In Assault On Man With Dementia In Paterson, N.J.

PATERSON, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — Police said they had a person in custody late Saturday in connection with an assault on a 74-year-old man with dementia in Paterson, New Jersey. 177 more words


The complete history of the IBM PC, part two: The DOS empire strikes

(Source: arstechnica.com)

Nota bene: This is the concluding part of the surprisingly interesting history of the IBM PC. You should probably

This is the concluding part of the surprisingly interesting history of the IBM PC. 1,266 more words


Paterson (2016)

Festival darling Jim Jarmusch’s latest offering, Paterson, wont win him any new fans, but it also wouldn’t disappoint his loyal following.

A loose ode to William Carlos Williams’ epic poem about the city of Patterson, which has spawned so many of America’s poetic greats,  223 more words