I am happy every time I walk about Paterson.
I’d be surprise if Jerry Bianco idea hadn’t haunted him during his whole time at the Navy Yard, always mapping it out in his head, tenaciously believing he could make a submarine where there never should have been a submarine.
The Colony’s 75 acres are designated a historical site and is surrounded by a tall chain-link fence and the buildings, once sealed, are open to the elements, slowly disappearing under vines and tree saplings. Tom and I, of course, thought it was a perfect place to launch his drone.
This morning I want to celebrate a glorious I Can’t Believe He Did It, namely the artist Kehinde Wiley’s sculpture, “Rumors of War.”