With the recent trend of “100 Years of Fashion” videos, I decided to get on board and take this trend to an entirely new level by including period accurate locations, music, and three incredible models. If you are looking for body positivity, great music, and stunning gowns, this video is for you.
Staten Island has been buzzing with new development and exciting new projects to further build up the North Shore. We spoke with URBY, who told clued us in on some exciting news about the new UBRY Staten Island, formerly known as the URL Building.
Valentine’s Day is coming up and like most Staten Islanders, we have no idea what we are doing yet. So we called up a few of our local businesses located on the North Shore to see what they were offering for the week around Valentine’s Day and came up with this list of 14 Things to do for Valentine’s Day. You are welcome in advance.
After the snowpocalypse that hit us this past weekend which left a record twenty six inches of snow on Staten Island, it might be a good idea to invest in a warm winter coat. We looked into the warmest coats that Staten Island had to offer and listed them below. All coats shown are under one hundred dollars.
Wedding Season is upon us, and many Staten Island Brides are wondering what to wear for their upcoming 2016 Wedding. We looked through many Staten Island Bridal Boutiques, to select dresses that fit the styles that walked down the Runway for the 2016 Spring/ Summer collections last year. We found that there are seven distinct trends that are going to define 2016’s Bridal Fashions. Below is our list of seven bridal trends for 2016 and where to find them on the North Shore of Staten Island. In no particular order, let us begin.
Blink is an original story written by Kevin Rogers, a native Staten Islander. If cults, hysteria, murder, and post-apocalyptic worlds are your style, then Blink is the film for you, click on the link above to read the full article.
New Year’s Eve is a time of reflection as we look back on the year and look towards the next one. It is also a time for looking posh as you attend a New Year’s Eve Bash (parties at Grandma’s place still count). Below are some incredible New Year’s Eve outfits that we found from local Staten Island Shops.
The Holidays are known to many as the “Most Wonderful Time of the Year”. The cold, frisk air seems a little less harsh, and a warm, fuzzy feeling fills the air. And then panic sets in once you realize Christmas is only 17 days away, Hanukkah has already started, the Winter Solstice is in 14 days, and Kwanzaa is in 18 days! That’s a lot of gifts to get for your loved ones… And you have not even started. But, fear not, This Way on Bay has got your back with our list of 12 Last Minute Gifts You can Find on the North Shore, you’re welcome in advanced.
Staten Island has had a lot of development happening lately, with the development of the New York Wheel, the Empire Outlet Mall, and the Outlet Mall’s 190 room Hotel, there is a lot going on. Did we mention that the Outlet mall is expected to open its doors in 2016?
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.
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