Wednesday Apr 9
Restoration group cites two Staten Island projects: Stapleton Library and Snug Harbor's Building E
Two vintage Staten Island buildings, the 107-year-old Stapleton Branch of the New York Public Library and the 134-year-old Building E at the Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden in Livingston, will receive preservation awards next month from the New York Landmarks Conservancy.
New exhibit 'INSPIRED' by kindred spirits of Staten Island marine maste John A. Nobler
Patrizia Vignola's "NYKLINE" is part of the new contemporary art exhibit up now at the Noble Maritime Collection on the grounds of Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden in Livingston.
Staten Island's Chinese Lunar New Year Celebration returns March 29 at Snug Harbor Cultural Center
Members of the New York Chinese Cultural Center perform the Uygur Dance at the Snug Harbor Cultural Center to celebrate the Chinese New Year.
Jim Simpson's rise to the top as N.J. head transportation honcho
From president of the Stapleton-based Victory Van Lines to his entrance into the public arena, Simpson has had a career that has taken him from city hall to Washington DC to Trenton, N.J. It all started in the 1980s, when Simpson, now 57, began his reign as president of the Stapleton-based Victory Van Lines, a company he built into an international ... (more)
Local photographer John Skelson has spent decades covering the shorelines of Staten Island
When local photographer John Skelson bought his first camera, in 1970, he loaded it with film, and headed to his favorite spot along the shoreline of Staten Island, just under the Bayonne Bridge.