Businesses on Bay
The holiday season is right around the corner and along with it comes the stress of finding the perfect gifts for the special people in your life.
Luckily, Staten Island is home to many artisanal shops where you can find unique presents. The businesses below are all located in Staten Island and will have something for everyone on your list
New York City Beer Week is officially upon us, and beer enthusiasts all over the city are celebrating accordingly.
It’s Valentine’s Day on Staten Island and lots of local businesses are spreading the love (in the way of discounts to our local shoppers)
The swift change in seasons has everyone hauling out their fall and winter wardrobes. While some of us have overcrowded closets, others may find that they need to add new clothes to their collection. Whether you’re looking to do some closet-cleansing or need to update your wardrobe for cooler temperatures, a trip to the thrift store is your best bet.
Over the last 10 years, the North Shore of Staten Island has seen an almost unprecedented transformation involving growth in several key areas of business and culture that are sure to allure anyone looking to settle down in Staten Island. We spoke to Holly Wiesner Olivieri, to learn a little bit more about why buyers should be excited about Staten Island’s north shore.
TWOB Legal Expert Ira Goldberg reviewed the Mazzei vs MTA case and is bewildered by the fact that the MTA & NYC would be so aggressive pursuing a small businesses parking lot.
Black Paw Photo is a Staten Island based photography and video company specializing in Virtual Tours and Drone Photography. Google Maps/Street View users might recognize their work and not even realize it.
Last winter was particularly nasty, with many snow storms falling on New York City and its surrounding counties at an alarming rate. With the temperatures reaching record lows and salt being spread, potholes became wide spread.
Island Sensory Shoppe is a retail store dedicated to providing products that service the special needs community. Recently the Wall Street Journal did a digital feature on the shop and it’s owner Melissa Palermo. Melissa used to wish there was a local store where she could buy therapeutic products and toys for her special-needs son, Ryan. In October, she opened one herself.