Life This Way on Bay
This clip is about two months old at this point, but based on the view count I’m assuming that most of you haven’t seen it. Back in may, YouTube user Holly Bosshard posted this clip of a Humpback Whale breaching with a view of the Verrazano Bridge in the background.
Watch as this NYC couple exchanged their marital vows aboard the Staten Island Ferry.
Staten Island Pridefest is an eight day celebration of solidarity through pride, produced by the SI LGBT Pride Center.
July 4th, it happens once a year for most of us. The day that we became independent, also rightly known as Independence Day. This memorial holiday is hard to mess up for yourself. It’s easy to have a good day just going right out into the backyard and enjoying the nice summer air, maybe even a hot dog or seven. You aren’t chained to your own houses though, especially if you’re around the Staten Island area.
Ok, so the Staten Island we all know and love, the fifth and forgotten borough of the city of New York, is not the only Staten Island in the world. In fact, it’s not the only Staten Island in the Americas. Crazy, right?
This past weekend Kristin had the pleasure of attending “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” in High Rock Park. The show was directed by Frank Williams (who you might recognize from Staten Island’s premier jug band, the Wahoo Skiffle Crazies) and had an ensemble cast of highly talented actors and musicians.
If you weren’t lucky enough to see the wondrous rainbow that Staten Island was blessed with after yesterday’s thunderstorm, you’re in luck. That’s because YouTuber, dlindeman, got a great video that shows the rainbow that seemingly stretches across the entire sky.