Created by local artist Scott LoBaido in partnership with the Department of Sanitation, the TrashNet is essentially a net on the top of select public trashcans that is meant to catch garbage thrown at it from cars.
Well, before the votes were tallied yesterday, Shkreli had promised that if Trump won he would release material from the album.
Are you a fan of ‘Rocky Horror’? Did you watch this past week’s FOX television remake of it and feel disappointed?
Starting this Sunday, October 16th, marks the debut of a new series of talks at the famed Alice Austin House Museum on Staten Island.
We’ve all heard the rumors growing up. Some of us may have even gone on group excursions to check them out. I’m talking about those supposedly haunted Staten Island locations that dare to scare and cause the curious to become brave.
This Saturday marks the 9th Annual Westerleigh Folk Festival, Staten Island’s Original Roots Music Festival at Westerleigh Park.
Podcasting has become a big deal in the past few years. Yeah, it’s still something that you can do from your bedroom. But similar to how anyone can have their own website, the best ones are still of a higher quality and consistently provide us with interesting content. You might not even realize that some of these great shows are produced right in your own backyard. So, with that in mind, here are 10 local podcasts (in no particular order) that all Staten Islanders should be checking out.