Twist and Shout

Twist and Shout
Life is never straight (Joey Kulkin photo)

Saturday, April 21, 2012

Saturday in the Burg

TRENTON -- I wonder if Stephanie Plum would recognize the 2012 version of the Burg. The demographics are changing by the minute, and by 2020 Latinos will be the majority population of residents and business owners in the swath of land from Hamilton to Liberty between South Clinton and Chambers. Times and Trenton ethnic immigration change, from the Hungarians to the Italians to the Latinos. If Latinos dominate the Burg by 2020, it will be interesting to see what group dominates the Burg in 2050. Anyway, here are photos (click to enlarge) from today in a piece of the Burg -- both sides of South Clinton from Hamilton to the Roebling Market with a little bit of action on Hudson. The newest Plum adventure in bounty huntering ought to be updated to represent these days in the Burg.

The byproduct of Manex and "Hollywood East!"

Pane in the glass

Squatter's paradise


Once a prized jewel of the Burg

Squatter's paradise 2.0

A few bags and a rake and this place will be tidy!

It's Trenton: Both sides are the other side of the track

Ode to one of rap's greatest. Gangstarr

Poor Ma Bell

I want someone to paint this.

I know how they feel. 

Saturday in the Burg is Laundry Day in the Burg


Poor Benci.

Poor Bill Baroni

First Baptistas praying for Guate Rico Deli owner

And afterward he & God's Army washed the owner's windows.


Saturday in the Burg is Laundry Day 2.0

This fella's not doing laundry today.  Or tomorrow.

Taste that Carolina Goodness!

She's got crabs

Outside of the market

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