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Barges move oil, coal, sand, and more.  They serve as platforms for construction, demolition, mooring,

ceremony, and–

uh-and–a Felliniesque gathering?–

and creation.  As part of openhousenewyork last weekend, Pier 66, Caron Eule Dance, and

Meg Okura’s PanAsian Chamber Jazz Ensemble created

The Crane Wife, a traditional Japanese version with a North Atlantic counterpart involving selkies

all a delight to stumble upon.  Yes, that’s lightship Frying Pan looking in from the south.

This is the magic generated on the sixth boro, my adoptive home, a place for opera on a tanker, a book launch at a graving dock, a circus barge, a music barge, an art installation that floats and motors all the way here from Albany . . . and many more such are commonplace. Except not.  They’re all brilliant.  Kudos.

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Graves of Arthur Kill

Click on image below to order your copy of Graves of Arthur Kill, by Gary Kane and Will Van Dorp. 3Fish Productions.

Seth Tane American Painting

Read my Iraq Hostage memoir online.

My Babylonian Captivity

Reflections of an American hostage in Iraq, 20 years later.

Tale of Two Marlins

Blue Marlin spent 600+ hours loading tugs and barges in NYC Sixth Boro. Click on image for presentation made to NY Ship Lore and Model Club, July 25, 2011.


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