It's an even more amazing state we live in, when you stop to look. Photographs by New Jersey Monthly Senior Editor Eric Levin.
A very specific and specialized medium—the metal grate on window air conditioners in ground-floor windows....continue reading.
What it was, I have no idea. But Academy Street, Newark, is a one-way, as you can see, and he was facing the same way the arrow points. So maybe he was seeing the future.
When the industrial carpeting is ripped from the office building hallway, abstract art is revealed. Or maybe the score for a post-serial chamber work....continue reading.
A furious drenching, yet barely any wind....continue reading.
Even more important, can a fire engine have two drivers?...continue reading.
A schnozz or maybe a smooch, but a beautiful meeting, or mating, of metal pipe and red brick....continue reading.
Do you remember the song, written by jazz pianist Herbie Hancock for his 1962 debut album and later made famous by Mongo Santamaría? Doesn't matter. Yesterday's temperatures in the 90s made it a day for watermelons, as in this huge carton outside ShopRite in Bloomfield.