Art on Bay
Even after being spotlighted in The Advance’s “Best of Staten Island: Cover Bands” poll last year, there’s a good chance you haven’t heard of The Flesh Junkies. The zombie punk cabaret outfit is one of the island’s most intriguing acts in years. This Friday, March 25th they’ll be performing live in the Mezzanine Lounge of the St. George Theater.
Filmmaker and St. George resident, Don Arangio’s most recent video pays tribue to life on the North Shore of Staten Island in this absurd short film.
It is a known fact that business expansion and cultural growth are a winning combination for any community . Staten Island’s vast transformation promises to create such opportunities for businesses and their patrons as well as artists and their followers.
You probably know that VH1’s hit series, Mob Wives, is filmed on Staten Island. The show which is in it’s fifth season, recently aired it’s season finale which was tapes at the historic Edgewater Hall. Big Ang, Renee Graziano, & Co. brought the “New Blood” season to a crescendo on the first floor of the storied Stapleton catering hall.
The National Lighthouse Museum in association with the Creative Photographers Guild presented The First National Juried Photography Show “Lighthouse Stories & Tales of the Sea” opening on Saturday.
Labyrinth Arts Collective aims to create interest in the Arts District of Staten Island by seeking mutual collaboration with groups within the tri-state area all year long.
Did you know that there was a network TV show that was set in Staten Island? If you’re like most people I’ve spoken to, you had no idea.