Updates

Thanks to the Speed Graphic Film and Video Channel, we now have this rare footage of the Staten Island ferry docking from way back in 1928.

This year, the Staten Island Chamber of Commerce Foundation has been providing much needed funds targeted at storefront and business restoration via the Stapleton Storefront Enhancement Grant Program.

Right now you can watch a recently uploaded video of the legendary Victory Diner being moved from its former home on Amboy Road to its “new home” on Midland Beach.

This past summer, the Staten Island trio of Ricky Vega (Guitar, Vocals), Joe Scarcella (Bass), and Peter Grancio (Drums, Vocals) released their debut album under the name Elm Sun called ‘Paraiso.’

The Staten Island Museum hosts the annual Fence Show at Snug Harbor.

Thanks to Youtuber Find and Seek, they’ve recently been able to give us all a view inside Staten Island’s infamous abandoned farm colony.

The organization is getting ready to launch the Musicians On Call Jason Pollack Bedside Performance Program at Staten Island University Hospital’s North Campus.

The Arthur Kill Boat Graveyard has been a quite literal haunt for many residents looking to do some urban exploring.

This past Wednesday, a reef of oysters was placed into Lemon Creek Park as a part of the Living Breakwaters Project designed to mitigate waves and erosion

This past March, Matt from Dinosaur Dracula uploaded a video as part of his ongoing Retro Commercials series that I would absolutely classify as a “gem.”

Thanks to the Staten Island Advance and the Borough President’s Office, the MTA participated in a live Twitter chat to field questions regarding the new bus routes that have been rolling out for Express lines this August.

Are you someone that finds a nice long train ride relaxing? Live out of state and miss the ambiance of commuting on Staten Island?

Recently, Youtuber JRG54 uploaded a few longform videos of the Staten Island Philharmonic performing from this summer

Metalwork sculpture creator Lenny Prince has been making custom sculptures from used auto parts and scrap metal for the past few years.

Starting this month, two new dockless bike share services will be available to Staten Island residents on the North Shore.

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