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I recently spoke with Susan Fenley, executive director of Staten Island’s SunDog Theatre, at The College of Staten Island’s Springer Hall.

The Staten Island Ferry has played host to many film sets and impromptu viral videos over the years. So, it should come as no surprise that the ferry was once featured on an episode of I Love Lucy.

Back in November, LFS (Looking for Spots) and Staten Island’s own 5050 Skatepark threw a street jam consisting of the LFS crew using Stapleton as their playground and pulling off some impressive tricks.

Staten Islanders are used to being the butt of many jokes. Luckily, much like our snide New York City counterparts, Staten Islanders have developed a tough skin and aren’t afraid to laugh at themselves. It was only a matter of time until someone took the jokes to the internet, chronicling them on our very own Inst

Lovers of enjoyable and catchy music rejoice! Les Vinyl has released a new five-track album.

Calling all Staten Island and New York filmmakers. Last year we saw the first official Filmmaker’s Showcase, which was brought to us by Richmond City Media.

It’s only been several days since the passing of singer George Michael, but Staten Island’s own PS 22 Chorus has already paid special tribute to the late singer.

So curl up by the fire, get out your homemade Christmas cookies, and get ready to feel the Holiday Spirit!

The Christmas season is one of the best times of the year. Everyone gets a little bit happier, families come together, and you get to both give and receive presents. More than anything else, above everything, is the decorations.

If you’re looking for a way to support and celebrate Staten Island this holiday season then look no further.

Local Staten Island personality Dean Holtermann has been recording and writing his own music since before many of you reading this were born.

The holidays are here, and what better way is there to share in the spirit of giving than to donate to local charities? Consider donating your time or money to the following charities, whose proceeds go directly to helping Staten Islanders in need, or to preserving the special places on Staten Island everyone enjoys

Set to open in the year 2018, the New York Wheel broke ground early yesterday afternoon when the four pedestals that will be responsible for holding up the wheel started their installation.

There are just a few shopping days left until the holidays begin, and finding the right gifts can be a struggle. Luckily, there are still plenty of places to find the most unique holiday gifts for everyone on your list. This Saturday, December 10th, Urby Staten Island will be hosting their first annual Holiday Market.

This Saturday, December 10th, the SI Makerspace collective are throwing their annual Makerspace maker Market. The event promotes the idea of local people creating local goods and art. The Makerspace has built a reputation in the last few years as Staten Island’s premiere destination for allowing those that want to get their hands dirty and create to do just that.

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