The coronavirus caught many Staten Islanders unprepared physically and financially. Savings and investments are being wiped out, while years of unhealthy eating have left many vulnerable to the effects of COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus.
Back in the early1800s, the state of New York established a marine hospital on Staten Island which was used to quarantine passengers showing signs of illness as they entered New York harbor. Residents opposed “the Quarantine” from the start. By 1858, they had had enough.
On Thursday, September 19th at 8pm, SNL’s Colin Jost & Michael Che will be performing at the St. George Theater to benefit the Staten Island Museum.
Making audiences laugh for nearly a decade can really work up a thirst. Maybe that’s why the Impractical Joker known simply as ‘Q’ is reviving a classic Staten Island Beer. Brian Quinn, who has starred on TruTV’s Impractical Jokers since 2011 has a new project that’s no joke. The former NYFD firefighter is breathing new life into the Rubsam and Horrmann brand of beer that was originally founded nearly 150 years ago in 1870.
The NYC Winter Lantern Festival Returns To Snug Harbor This November
Learn about Gotham Whale and what they are doing to document the recent whale sightings around the NY Harbor.
Check out this episode of CUNYtvs Diverse City showcasing Richmond Town.
Recently, Snug Harbor has been showcasing quite a few events at the Newhouse Center For Contemporary Art on its grounds, with special events, installations, and live presentations abounding. Now they are showcasing a group exhibition of eclectic artists with a wide variety of styles. The Summer Show: Snug Harbor Studio