Staten Island Ferry

The Holidays on the North Shore is the most exciting time of the year. Between the tree lighting’s and the visits from Santa Clause, it can be a bit overwhelming to figure out which events to attend, This Way on Bay has got your back. Here is our list, in no particular order, of Holiday Fundraisers and Events on the North Shore.

The video, which was uploaded by YouTuber teocarlo, gives you an idea of what boarding a ferry in St. George was like back in 95. Man, are those sliding doors intimidating.

Take a look at a 1960’s film showcasing what it was like to take a trip on the Staten Island Ferry back in the 1960s. It’s interesting to see how things have changed, and maybe moreso to see how things have remained the same in the time since this was shot.

NYC Arts Cypher is presenting & hosting break dancing, bands & DJ’s during Staten Island Beachfest every weekend through Sunday September 6th.

Staten Island Beachfest is a summer long festival that will highlight events in different locations in Staten Island to include the Staten Island Ferry, Borough Hall, South & Midland Beaches. At the Ferry Terminal we have the NYC Art Cypher as well as the Cypher Syndicate, they will be performing along with Charlie Chill every Saturday and Sunday.

Staten Islanders are all familiar with the views that accompany a ride aboard the Staten Island Ferry. Most of them probably haven’t seen what the ride looks like in Hyperlapse form.

Staten Island songwriter, Dean Holtermann along with singer Jesse, released a new music video this week showcasing just how much we miss out on because our heads are “in our phones”

A list of upcoming Craft Fair/Art Vendor opportunities for 2015-2016. As more events and market opportunities arise, This Way on Bay will be continuously adding and making any necessary changes.

There’s a new Staten Island Ferry schedule starting today. The biggest change is really that there will be more late night ferries for those returning from all of those summer nights in Manhattan.

Filmmaker, Don Arangio, is quickly becoming the viral sensation of Staten Island’s North Shore. After the runaway success of his quirky short film “10am” last month, Arangio recently started making rounds on the web again, this time for a photograph of a rainbow shining on the Staten Island Ferry.

The “Core Four” are the former New York Yankees baseball players Derek Jeter, Andy Pettitte, Jorge Posada, and Mariano Rivera. It has also been coined by Staten Island Borough President James Oddo as the four major developments on the North Shore of Staten Island. URL Building, Empire Outlet Mall, New York Wheel & Lighthouse Point.