9.28.2013

This Seat Taken? Notes of a Hapless Commuter

This Seat Taken? Notes of a Hapless Commuter
By Anthony Buccino

If you ever commuted to work, you'll enjoy your ride reading Anthony Buccino's latest collection "This Seat Taken? Notes of a HaplessCommuter" about the joys and follies of getting to and from work in the city using public transit.

Buccino's bus and rail commuting tales and observations are collected in this new 224-page book which is available in print, on Amazon and Nook.

Fine Art Photos by Mark Cranston

Check out the fine art photography by my friend Mark Cranston. Which one would look best in your office, man cave, home? 


 Hint: I especially like Misty Bog, in case you're thinking about a Christmas present for me.

7.06.2013

SUMMER READING FOR RAILROAD RIDERS

Sure, I know, you spend hours each day riding a train to work and home. It's a big club and you're the poster child.

Now, you can be one of the elite erudite few engrossed in an educational book about the transportation on which you are being transported.

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3.15.2013

TONOOSE ON THE LOOSE

Having worked in Jersey City, N.J., since 1999, I've watched the development of the sites along the light rail, along the Hudson and new buildings near and far.

Jersey City has three, count-em, three stops on the PATH - Port Authority Trans Hudson - commuter rail system.

Plus, you can drive in and pay a bunch of money to park.

And, you can catch a ferry to Manhattan.

I like to walk along the waterfront - along the Hudson River. Sometimes I travel through town and see what there is to see.

Since so many people have asked me about my JC pictures and such, I've decided to break them out here.

Do post a comment and let us know what you think.



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