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The Staten Island Ferry is one of the most popular tourist attractions in New York City. The Ferry offers unparalleled views of historical Ellis Island, lower Manhattan and the infamous Statue of Liberty. Notable residents of Staten Island have included actress Alyssa Milano (Charmed, My Name is Earl), actor Martin Sheen (Apocalypse Now, The West Wing), actor Paul Newman (Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, Cool Hand Luke), and musicians such as Christina Aguilera, Lady GaGa, Gene Simmons of KISS and several members of the Wu Tang Clan.
Local Newspapers: Staten Island Advance New York Daily News New York Post New York Times
Local Sports Teams: New York Giants (NFL) New York Islanders (NHL) New York Jets (NFL) New York Knicks (NBA) New York Liberty (WNBA) New York Mets (MLB) New York Rangers (NHL)
Local Colleges: College of Staten Island Wagner College St. John's University
Zip Codes associated with staten island, new york:
10301 10302 10303 10304 10305 10306 10307 10308 10309 10310 10312 10314
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Broadway actress visits Spotlight Theater on Staten Island
Recently, the young actors from Spotlight Theater received a special surprise. All the young boys and girls were practicing their singing and dancing at one of their Saturday rehearsals in Snug Harbor when Broadway actress Janine LaManna walked into the room to visit them.Everything you need to know about getting around NYC over Thanksgiving
Brace yourselves, New Yorkers: whether you're sticking around town for the Thanksgiving holiday, or planning to get out of town for the weekend, your commute is going to be affected. The myriad transit methods available in the city-subway, bus, commuter rail, you name it-will have schedule changes in effect beginning as early as this Wednesday, which is one of the busiest travel days of the year.Detective severely injured after Graniteville accident discharged from hospital
About 100 members of the NYPD gathered outside Richmond University Medical Center Tuesday night to see Detective Lisa Bergen discharged from the hospital. Bergen was critically injured after she was struck by a minivan on Richmond Avenue near its intersection of Akron Street on Nov. 4. She suffered several injuries in the Graniteville crash, including fractures to her skull, ribs and pelvis, according to sources.Grab your art supplies: Color the St. George Theatre Contest returns
SILive and the historic venue are teaming up to get Staten Island kids and families in the holiday spirit by participating in our coloring contest. Directions: We will run an image of St. George Theatre in the Staten Island Advance on November 22, 26, 28 and 30 as well as December 3, 5 and 6. Once you get those creative juices flowing, use your imagination to decorate the image of the the drawing using crayons, or water colors, and even use glitter, cotton or other decorative elements on your entry.85-year-old Staten Islander is reunited with lost 1956 wedding photo
So when her family recognized Walsh in an Advance article asking for the owner of the lost photo, she was more than grateful someone found it. Walsh, 85, didn't realize she dropped the black-and-white photo on the ground on Friday after leaving a doctor's appointment.Staten Island high school students using e-cigs at high rate, data shows
Staten Island has the highest rate of electronic cigarette use among high school students in New York City, according to recent data, and U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer is urging the Food and Drug Administration to regulate the inhalable product. "To know that New York kids, like those on Staten Island, are much more likely to be using these newly-crafted e-cig devices, like Juul, is not only concerning, but it could be dangerous," said Schumer, referring to a new type of e-cigarette that looks like a flash drive, making it easier for kids to sneak by teachers and parents.Thanksgiving 2017: Distributing turkeys to those in need
Local elected officials and community leaders are giving back to Staten Island by making sure everyone in the borough has a turkey on the table for Thanksgiving. "I feel it's one of my responsibilities to give back to the community.'I'm very humbled' -- 122nd Precinct cop with record of Narcan saves promoted to detective
Det. Louise SanFilippo, a neighborhood coordination officer at the 122nd Precinct, received the honor at a ceremony at police headquarters in Manhattan. "I'm super, super humbled by it," SanFilippo told the Advance Tuesday.Port Richmond High School student demands answers from Donovan on DACA
Port Richmond High School student Giselle Mendez went to Rep. Daniel Donovan's "Coffee with your Congressman" meeting on Sunday determined to get answers about whether he will support a "clean" DREAM Act. In particular, she demanded an answer from Donovan as to whether he will support a bill that would allow minors of illegal immigrants to become citizens without additional stipulations, such as funding for border control.25 vintage photos of Black Friday shopping madness
As the holiday shopping frenzy quickly approaches, we thought we'd take a look at images of Black Friday shopping from years past. David Valentine, 19, of Port Richmond, waits to be first in line at Best Buy in New Springville for 29 hours to buy a flat screen TV on Black Friday in 2008.Winter Wonderland S.I. sneak peek: 22 things you need to know before Friday
After a private tour of the Winter Wonderland Staten Island build site in St. George, I'm thoroughly amped for what just might be a new holiday tradition: A full-fledged snow ball if you will, on Staten Island. That's right, Richmond County Bank Ballpark isn't just chilling out because the S.I. Yanks are in their off-season: Winter Wonderland S.I. launches Friday, Nov. 25, in St. George.Chiropractor's ordeal: Mere allegations are worthless
Last Thursday, the Staten Island District Attorney's Office dismissed all criminal charges against former Castleton Corners chiropractor Danielle Serini, who had been accused of conducting a vicious campaign of harassment and intimidation against Jennifer Becker, a school crossing guard. The case drew widespread media attention when several letters and fliers, alleged to have been sent by Serini, contained racially-charged threats against Becker's child, who is of mixed race.Free Uber rides being offered Thanksgiving Eve
Revelers this Thanksgiving Eve will have the opportunity to take two free Uber rides instead of getting behind the wheel of a car thanks to the SI Safe Ride Initiative. The joint effort between Borough President James Oddo, District Attorney Michael McMahon, the NYPD, Mothers Against Drunk Driving, and Uber will provide the rides between 6 p.m. Wednesday and 6 a.m. Thursday.Enter for a chance to win tickets to "The Christmas Show" at the St. George Theatre
In its 14th year, the two-hour production is a high energy, rhinestone-studded series of songs and dances that the whole family will enjoy. Featuring an all-volunteer cast of over 100 performers, the show features performances from local favorites like Vinnie Medugno, Marcus Simeone, Bill Newstad, Victoria Billalba and Jenny Kelly.Staten Island food pantries struggle in fight against hunger, survey shows
"The sky-high hunger level of New York and America harms health, hampers education, traps families in poverty, fuels obesity, eviscerates hope, and thus drags down our entire economy and places our national security at risk," said Joel Berg, CEO of Hunger Free America. A meal is served by Staten Island chefs at Project Hospitality's main soup kitchen in Stapleton on April, 12, 2016.New Empire State Bank opening on Staten Island
"We are excited to expand our existing franchise and support our customer base as we continue to implement our business plan," said Philip Guarnieri, Empire State Bank, CEO, noting another new branch is opening in Brooklyn. The new branch at 1698 Victory Blvd. joins an existing Empire State Bank at 1361 North Railroad Ave., in New Dorp.Who represents S.I. better: Colin Jost or Pete Davidson?
On the surface, these guys couldn't be any more different: One refers to himself as a mentally ill community college dropout, while the other owns a Harvard degree to match his polished appearance. Yet Pete Davidson and Colin Jost combine on "Saturday Night Live" every week to make us laugh.
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