Back home in the Pizza State, my brother and I decided to cross the “ever-lifting” Bayonne Bridge to see the Staten Island Yankees minor league baseball team. 477 more words
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This post is in response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt on The Luckiest People
Every morning between 5:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m., I trek out of the apartment building for seniors, where I have lived for 6 years, in Port Richmond, Staten Island to feed the stray cats, who are waiting for me, and the pigeons, who aren’t around until after sun-up. 573 more words
STATEN ISLAND— It’s not even Thanksgiving, but already it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at the Staten Island Mall. Apparently decorating the Christmas tree, however, wasn’t enough to put the mall administration in the Christmas spirit. 299 more words
The year is 1996. The clan, fresh out of Bensonhurst, has set up shop in Staten Island.
Lucky for five-year-old me, the quaint little neighborhood we moved to on the Island’s South Shore was choc full of cheery-faced peers, ready to accept me with open arms. 412 more words
STATEN ISLAND – Staten Island’s most popular mall received tremendous backlash after initially deciding not to host its annual Santa Parade.
The parade is a fixture at the Staten Island Mall during the holiday season but a… 249 more words