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With the the Super Bowl over with, baseball season is inching closer and closer. Along with the freshly cut grass and ripe prospects that come with Staten Island Yankees baseball, you have the coaches that guide them. Manager Pat Osborn is the new manager of the team after overseeing a 35-25

At the SI Sports Hall of Fame’s 20th Anniversary Induction Ceremony bodybuilder Leon Brown received a special message from longtime friend Arnold Schwarzenegger. Watch it here.

Staten Islanders who are fans of Scarface and The Godfather Trilogy might be excited to learn that film star Al Pacino’s latest was shot right here on Staten Island. A dark comedy, The Humbling, is an edgy look into the chaotic life of an actor suffering from dementia.

For 20 years the Staten Island Sports Hall of Fame has stayed true to it’s mission, “To recognize those individuals who have made extraordinary contributions to Staten Island sports history, and by virtue of their accomplishments, service or force of character, have enriched that history for all time.” on Saturday the class of 2014 Hall of Famer’s were Inducted.

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Since the Staten Island Yankees were created in 1999 and moved to Richmond County Ball Park in 2001, the Low A team has shown New York’s southernmost borough some great baseball. The team has won seven division titles and six championships since 2000, the last coming in 2011.

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It’s an exciting time for us here at This Way on Bay. Our first Print edition has been released and is headed to some of your favorite North Shore Staten Island spots.

Sometimes the universe throws out change and growth where we least expect it to. Such is the case with the unlikely chaos which Superstorm Sandy brought to Scott Van Campen and his wife, D.B. Lampman. After having operated New York Fabricators for 12 years at 450 Front Street on the North Shore, the couple were left with total destruction to the premises. However, these business owners saw a ray of light and turned around their situation into envisioning this 6,000 ft. space into a creative space for the community.

When the time comes to get a caffeine boost or to pick up a paper-back novel, no place along the Bay St. Corridor will satisfy the need like Every Thing Goes Book Cafe and Stage.

Just because it’s cold outside doesn’t mean at lovers have to suffer from cabin fever. In fact, this is one of the best times of the year to enjoy the North Shore’s John A.Noble Maritime Collection. A museum and study center located on the former grounds of the famous old retirement community, Sailors’ Snug Harbor

The Staten Island Yankees are rich with winning tradition and producing future Major Leaguers who will rule the hot stove like current free agents do today. Here are two to keep an eye on.