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Staten Island Art

For years, whenever painter Theo Dorian confessed to his Brooklyn-based peers that he lived in Staten Island, they let him know in no uncertain terms that the borough best known for its mobster mansions, strip malls and sprawling garbage dump was no place for a self-respecting artist.
They may be ea…

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Panning for gold in 'St. Gorgeous' STATEN ISLAND , N.Y. – With the city looking to develop 14 acres of prime waterfront real estate in St. George, business and political leaders here want to make sure that the development ..

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NY1 VIDEO: The city’s Economic Development Corporation wants to develop the area around the St. George Ferry Terminal and hosted a survey of the property for potential tenants on Thursday.

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STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. – When Amy Peters traded her Williamsburg apartment four years ago for a sweet place in an historic building in St. George – one that rented for a third the price – she felt like a homesteader, sallying into the unknown.
But what she discovered as she got to know her neighborho…

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“Responsible development of these two sites is crucial for a vibrant downtown Staten Island as well as for bringing jobs to this area, both in construction projects and long-term use,” he said. State Sen. Diane Savino (D-North …

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Second Saturday Staten Island is a monthly art walk including gallery openings and cultural events taking place in public spaces, popup galleries, restaurants, cafes, artist studios and apartments around the island's North …

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