Art on Bay
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.
At only 17 years old, hip-hop artist, Young Lucid, is introducing himself to the music scene in a big way.
‘The Defectives’ is the new project from Avon Junkies front-man Adam Tilzer, as well as members of The Washington Riot, and The Best of The Worst. The singer describes the new group’s sound as Rock and Roll with a punk influence, a departure from the brass-heavy Avon Junkies sound.
Valentine’s Day and Second Saturday Staten Island are headed our way in just a few short days! What better way could there be to celebrate love in combination with art!
You might not recognize him under the makeup, but that’s native Staten Islander, Nick Williams, in the center of the above photo in the black and white clown makeup. After packing up from Staten Island, the North Shore staple with a big voice has big things brewing down in The Big Easy.
After being the first from Staten Island to ever win the NYC Neighborhood Challenge, the Historic Tappen Park Community Partnership has held the first of several meetings to organize “Illuminate Stapleton” on February 3rd.
Creating an upbeat atmosphere and covering everything from Wu Tang to Good Charlotte, Love Tap energizes fans with a huge stage presence and interesting transitions. The band is also sure to please because of their fun and diverse set list. “We don’t discriminate against any music genre.” Explains singer/guitarist Nick Bove, “Our sets are comprised of rock, hip-hop, pop, alternative, and even some popular theme songs!”