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What we do

We are actors in a break room in an office building on the far west side of Manhattan. It could almost be any city bordered by water for all the new office buildings going up around it. I hardly recognize my hometown anymore, especially in neighborhoods that once lay fallow.


TRR photos by Ed Wesely

Milanville bridge is seen from the PA portal, early morning on January 12.

A warm interlude... and after

Following days of zero and single digit temperatures, low pressure brought fog and rain on January 12, flooding streams and disrupting river ice. It also generated fog that shrouded the Milanville Bridge.

Several days later a new cold front restored the snow and sunlight.

Can’t touch this —or that

We all know those people who are always washing their hands and then use a paper towel to open the door. They will wear gloves on the train even in the summer—or the occasional surgical mask. They may be germaphobes, but with this flu season in full swing they may be the smart ones.

Love will do that

I was 40,000 or so feet above the North Atlantic a few days ago, on my way back to the States after nearly a year away. I was speaking with my seatmate, a young German grad student in economics, who was traveling to Canada to visit his Colombian girlfriend, who’s at university near Toronto.

Multi-sweater weather

There are many theories as to why I am always so cold. My family likes to speculate on why I am always dressed in multi-layers. Why does she always have a sweater on—even in July? I confess: today I have on three.

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