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Wu Tang NES

Fans of 90’s hip-hop and classic gaming will be excited to learn that online seller, OCD Reproductions, is selling a custom NES (that’s the classic Nintendo Entertainment System from the 80s) modified with the Wu Tang Clan logo on the top of the casing.

Beginning this weekend Saturday, July 18th, and running every weekend until Labor Day, The Staten Island Yankees presents Staten Island BeachFest 2015. This 8 weekend long festival will take place at FIVE Staten Island locations simultaneously with free events, giveaways, art shows, music, vendors, rides and more.

Back in May we posted some cool video of a drone flying over Staten Island infamous ship graveyard and you guys seemed to really enjoy it. Well, fans of that video will be excited to learn that the people at 50/50 Skatepark decided to show their point of view, which happened to be from a GoPro on a kayak, on YouTube.

View From The New York Wheel

If you’ve been curious what it might be like to ride on board the planned New York Wheel, you’re in luck. Youtuber, Scott Grella, sent a drone up in the location where the “observation wheel” will be constructed in the near future.

If you live on Staten Island and are fan of fireworks and/or music, prepare for a treat. Throughout the summer, for Boardwalk Days at South Beach, (presented by The Boardwalk Events Initiatives Group) our skies will be graced by fireworks shows while our ears will be serenaded by music.

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 has a long history, so of course we’ve amassed a number of spooky stories. Video powerhouse Real Estate SINY, presents a great list of haunted locations across SI.

Staten Island’s SNL superstar, Colin Jost, has been working on a Lorne Michaels produced film for a little while now. This week, we were treated with a first look at the comedy.

Annie DiBiasi's heldback radio

Starting tomorrow at 11am, Staten Island’s (Dreamboat) Annie DiBiasi premieres a new online radio show called “Heldback Radio” on RenegadeRadio.net.

This Way on Bay’s, Alexandra Nyman, recently directed a short film entitled, “Emilia”. Nyman has lived in Tompkinsville for the past five months and creating films with her boyfriend, and native Staten Islander, Sebastian Barbera.