There are less than 20 shopping days to go before Christmas. If you’re anything like me, you still have a bunch of names on your list to buy for this year. Sure, you can grab a gift card or send something on Amazon, but your giftees and your community would appreciate it if you finished your shopping locally. Staten Island is jam-packed with small businesses that offer fantastic products that your loved ones will enjoy! Just like we’ve done in previous years, This Way on Bay has compiled a list of small businesses that you can patronize this holiday season.
The pandemic put a lot of entertainment in Limbo, however, HULU’s original series Wu-Tang: An American Saga is back with season 2. The first three episodes premiered on HULU Wednesday, September 8th with much anticipation and excitement. This season will see the inclusion of Lamont Hawkins aka U-God, one of the original founding members.
If these 10 Staten Island songs don’t make you take a trip down memory lane, nothing will. From the greatest songs of rock’n’roll times to modern hip hop classics, these tracks are either about the best of Richmond County, or they shout it out — but either way, Staten Island finally gets its due thanks to these 10 classic songs.
By now, we all know that the legendary Wu-Tang Clan was born on Staten Island. You could argue that they, in fact, put Richmond County on the map. But before the Shaolin superstars made the strongest island famous, these 10 celebrities were Staten Island-born and bred.
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
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