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Thanks for reading my blog,

whose goal is to help landfolk

see my home waters

— the port of New York —

from the water perspective.

The “sixth boro” is my invented term

for the waters in and around the port.

Part of my motivation is that

mainstream media are “terracentric,”

overlooking sixth boro news to a large degree.

I strive to be the opposite:  maricentric.

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No one dies

in the documentary ‘Graves of Arthur Kill.’

These graves are the partially submerged remains

of mothballed tugboats, ferries and other vessels.

Arthur Kill is the name of the waterway

separating New Jersey from Staten Island.

The graveyard has been described

as an ‘accidental maritime museum,’

but you won’t find it on any tourism map.

This 32-minute documentary offers its audience

a rare tour of the boneyard,

while focusing on its history

and eerie aesthetic appeal.

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