Tag Archives: Hoboken

Do You Procrastinate?

Years ago, I learned about procrastination as a young freelancer writing a profile of mystery author Jerry Oster for the Hoboken Reporter. He had a nice place, a first floor apartment painted white that gave it a country cottage-ish atmosphere. … Continue reading

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From Slabsides to Gowanus

The old adage holds true: to meet interesting people, go to interesting places. On the front porch of Slabsides, John Burroughs’s rustic writing cottage that still sports bark on its logs, I met James Walsh at an open house in … Continue reading

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That City/Country High

From the late 1980s well into the 1990s, I led a bifurcated life: my career, my marriage, and my social life anchored in Hoboken, then Manhattan; my romantic spirit given to weekend day hikes in the Hudson Highlands reached by … Continue reading

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