Last year, we brought you a list of Staten Island photographers that would give your Instagram timeline just a little bit more hometown pride. If you haven’t checked that out, you can click here to see the artists featured in that post. Since then, we’ve discovered a bunch more Staten
A web app, called NYPL Map Warper, collects maps from various points in history, then through some crowdsourcing, displays those maps overlayed on top of a current map in that exact location. In this post, see how Silver Lake Park has changed since 1907.
One of the “Core Four” Developments on Staten Island’s north shore, Lighthouse Point, a project under development from Triangle Equities promises new construction of 62,000 sq feet of retail space, 109 residential rental units (20% of which will be affordable housing), 180 hotel rooms, 125,000 square feet of sub-grade parking (which will fit up o 400 cars), as well as Rehabilitation of 4 Historic U.S. Lighthouse Depot buildings.
With the 15th anniversary of the closing of Staten Island’s Fresh Kills Landfill coming up next week, we thought it was the perfect time to share the above documentary. The film, which focuses heavily on the closing of the “Staten Island Dump” also takes a look forward to Freshkills transition from landfill to parkland.
With the recent trend of “100 Years of Fashion” videos, I decided to get on board and take this trend to an entirely new level by including period accurate locations, music, and three incredible models. If you are looking for body positivity, great music, and stunning gowns, this video is for you.
Staten Island has been buzzing with new development and exciting new projects to further build up the North Shore. We spoke with URBY, who told clued us in on some exciting news about the new UBRY Staten Island, formerly known as the URL Building.
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.
Shot by Scott Grella of Hippo.TV, the above video features a beautiful bird’s eye view of Staten Island’s Greenbelt as well as some informative tidbits about the parkland. Along with being able to check out our favorite federal reserve from above, in the video you can also see the Manhattan skyline and meet one of Staten Island’s treasured deer.
Drone photographer Johnny Drone was sure to document these historic totals from the air. Like the rest of his videos, the footage in the video above is beautiful. In this video you’ll see aerial views of a snowy Silver Lake Park among other gorgeous shots.
Wedding Season is upon us, and many Staten Island Brides are wondering what to wear for their upcoming 2016 Wedding. We looked through many Staten Island Bridal Boutiques, to select dresses that fit the styles that walked down the Runway for the 2016 Spring/ Summer collections last year. We found that there are seven distinct trends that are going to define 2016’s Bridal Fashions. Below is our list of seven bridal trends for 2016 and where to find them on the North Shore of Staten Island. In no particular order, let us begin.