This June, SI Arts and Design Trust for Public Space are teaming up to present Court Yard Fridays: A weekly event hosting music performances on four consecutive Fridays in June 2018
Have you ever been curious about crystal healing or crystal and Reiki therapy?
From Thursday, July 12, 2018 through March 17th, 2019 the Staten Island Museum will be hosting an exclusive exhibit on the Impractical Jokers.
Staten Island is served by three local comic book shops and all three have reasons to visit them this Saturday.
On December 5th, Purple Cloud films will be debuting filmmaker Michael Robert Anderson’s latest film ‘Major Key’ at Atrium Cinemas on Arthur Kill Rd.
Most New Yorkers don’t know this, but Staten Island is insanely photogenic. That’s why we think it’s important that, as residents and native Staten Islanders, that we infuse our Instagram feeds with a little bit of extra Staten Island beauty every year. That’s why, just like we did back in 2015 and 2016, we’ve compiled a list of Staten Islanders that you should be following on Instagram.
‘Dock Street’ is a name that’s been synonymous with Staten Island music for decades. For a lot of island residents, it conjures images of that first rock show they attended in high school. These days, Dock Street is giving some talented SI artists their first shot to record their music. Dock Street Records was established to show the world some of the best music that SI has to offer.
Every Friday morning, from 10am to 11am, local tattoo artist Magie Serpica (Milk & Honey Tattoo Parlor) & Yoga Instructor Jen Gallo (KettleBella Fitness) host the ‘Make Her Space’ radio show out of the SI Makerspace hub where MakerPark Radio broadcasts from.
In:Vision is a brand new documentary series from Backslash Bomb Productions that explores science and sociology.
On Saturday, October 21st, the ‘Staten Island Jazz Festival 30’ will be taking place at the Universal Temple of the Arts at Snug Harbor.