This coming Saturday, December 13th, is the last Second Saturday of 2014 along the Bay Street Corridor in the North Shore. Sure to again be an eventful day, the highlighted venues included here will be hosting art exhibitions, artist markets, dance, spoken word, and other arts inspired events.
Seasons Greetings! The Staten Island Soiree has been busy trying to gather as much information as possible about local happenings in the Art world along the North Shore and specifically, the Bay Street Corridor ! If you are looking for unique gifts this season, all handmade by local artists, just take a stroll to these upcoming events!
One of the most popular attractions in the north shore of Staten Island is, Richmond County Ballpark, home of the Class A Staten Island Yankees. With the majors fast approaching the Hot Stove portion of the year, we know you’re in need of a baseball fix. This Way on Bay
The boys of Everything Ever just wrapped up a national tour that spanned from early October until the end of November. That tour came on the heels of an announcement that they had signed to upstart, upstate New York record label, Secret Audio Club. On top of all that, SILive’s Kristin Dalton just covered the group in one of the site’s most popular online articles of 2014.
It seems like Bay Street darlings, The Tenderloins, who are famous for their TruTV hit Impractical Jokers, have recently filmed a one hour comedy special. The group has been tourning the country for the last few years, and has been steadily gaining popularity. Recently, Sal Vulcano tweeted out this message about the recording
For the past couple of months, the Staten Island Advance’s online presence SILive.com has been rounding up the island’s best though a series of online reader polls. This morning the outlet revealed the winners in the “Best Hip Hop” category.
On Saturday, October 4th, filmmaker Geoff Celis held a screening of Some Guys Are Bigger Than Others, his Morrissey-Luchador comedy which was crowd-funded earlier this year on Indiegogo.
Earlier this year, Staten Island Arts, an organization whose focus is on cultvating and spotlighting artist on the forgotten borough, moved into an excellent new space found inside the Staten Island Ferry terminal on the Staten Island Side.