By Carol Tannenhauser
How could we as Upper West Siders overlook August’s Sturgeon supermoon, which achieved fullness at 2:32 p.m. on Tuesday, August 1st? To the native Ojibwa people of the Great Lakes region, the sturgeon fish represents depth and strength. To New Yorkers of the Upper West Side neighborhood, it means a trip to Zabar’s, Murray’s or Barney Greengrass!
“A spectacular supermoon rising over Central Park inspired me to create two small mementos of its brilliance,” wrote reader Jeff Segall.
Don’t forget to look up — and send pictures.