What do you know about where you live? The upcoming My SI Quilt Project workshops at Stapleton Library aim to discuss local community history with participants while all involved turn their ideas into a collaborative work of art.
This Saturday, July 1st, SI Makerspace presents the launch of MakerPark Radio with a summertime kick-off party.
Nearly 100 years ago, the Eighteenth Amendment was passed, prohibiting the sale, production, and consumption of alcohol. For thirteen long years, Americans were expected to abstain from alcohol. Ironically, most of them did not. The Prohibition Era gave rise to secret watering holes called Speakeasies. Although the Eighteenth Amendment has
Since 2014, Richmond City Media has been making waves in the Staten Island film community. The film collective has been busy covering local events, organizing film festivals, and working on several narrative projects. Today they released a teaser trailer for their latest short film called “The Nothing.”
This week, we’re bringing you the top outdoor dining options on the South Shore of Staten Island. The South Shore is known mainly for it’s Italian-American cuisine and people. It also has it’s fair share of waterfront views and trendy eateries. Did your favorite make the list? If not, let us know!