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frenetic explosiveness

What ever happened to the anal probes?

– photo by Mitch Waxman

Every chance I’ve had to get out on the water has been eagerly seized at in the last couple of weeks, despite the tepid nature of the springtime warmup. 512 more words

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All in a Day's Work

I’m kind of struggling here.  I’m trying to catch the excitement that I had for the artwork I did in New York, but have yet to capture in Connecticut.  86 more words

Day Twenty-Three: 'Two Bridges'

Two bridges at dusk, one decorated, storied,
named such to quake you through the labyrinth
steel in middle city. Buildings choke
you, uneasy truce in mind, queasy… 74 more words


any interment

The pockets of my filthy black raincoat were filled with garlic bulbs, as a note.

– photo by Mitch Waxman

As mentioned in yesterday’s post, one has found his urges constantly frustrated of late by inclement clime, and when a brief window of atmospheric opportunity opened the other night I grabbed the “night kit” and ran towards the East River coastline of Queens. 821 more words


aspirant traits

Where it all started, and fear of Vampires, in today’s post.

– photo by Mitch Waxman

Newtown Pentacle’s first posting was back in 2009. One had been obsessively photographing Western Queens and the Newtown Creek waterfront for a couple of years at that point, but as I had somehow blundered into becoming a Parade Marshall for the Queensboro Bridge’s Centennial back in 2009, I figured it would be a good idea to have something to “show” if the occasion popped up. 554 more words


Emigrant Bank Lends $60M for Construction of Roosevelt Island’s First Hotel

AJ Capital Partners, the developers behind the Graduate brand of hotels, has secured $60 million in mortgages for a new location on Roosevelt Island, according to documents filed in city records today. 296 more words


Roosevelt Tramway

Click on TRAM to see a video of the tramway in operation from Roosevelt Island to Manhattan, New York.

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