Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden

A trio of cultural events grace the shores of Staten Island in the next two weeks, and we recommed that you check them all out!

We’ve all heard the rumors growing up. Some of us may have even gone on group excursions to check them out. I’m talking about those supposedly haunted Staten Island locations that dare to scare and cause the curious to become brave.

All throughout the summer, Snug Harbor has been running Farm Stand Fridays where, from 3pm to 6pm on Friday afternoons, you can pick up fresh vegetables, juicy fruits, and fresh-harvested honey from Snug Harbor’s Heritage Farm.

Over the last 10 years, the North Shore of Staten Island has seen an almost unprecedented transformation involving growth in several key areas of business and culture that are sure to allure anyone looking to settle down in Staten Island. We spoke to Holly Wiesner Olivieri, to learn a little bit more about why buyers should be excited about Staten Island’s north shore.

Kristin went to In The Wings’ production of Beauty and the Beast at Snug Harbor Cultural Center and got som exclusive photos!

Staten Island Pridefest is an eight day celebration of solidarity through pride, produced by the SI LGBT Pride Center.

The Harbor Lights Theater Company (Harbor Lights), Staten Island’s only professional Equity Theater Company, led by Founders and Artistic Directors Tamara Jenkins and Jay Montgomery, is pleased to announce the return of last spring’s successful Broadway Shines on Harbor Lights with this year’s production of SHOWSTOPPERS!

In the aftermath of Winter Storm Jonas, photographer, Lance J. Reha, took to Facebook with some excellent photos of Staten Island covered with snow. Below are some of our favorite shots from his gallery, including a snow-covered Snug Harbor

Today, we give you a series of interviews , originally uploaded to the official New York Wheel YouTube account, from some key players to the completion of the project, as well as in the north shore community.