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CBS New York’s Legengdary TV Reporter Pablo Guzman Suddenly Dies
One of the most iconic faces of New York City television suddenly died over the holiday weekend. Pablo Guzman died on Sunday, November 26. The news was announced by CBS New York, the station where Guzman most recently worked as a reporter. Pablo reportedly suffered from a heart attack, The...
The Ultimate Bagel Tour: 6 Outstanding Shops in Staten Island
This article presents a tour of six outstanding bagel shops in Staten Island. Have any of these been your breakfast stop yet? If you've had the pleasure of trying them, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below.
Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Announces Official Decision On Livvy Dunne
LSU gymnast Olivia Dunne's experience with Sports Illustrated Swimsuit this year was so nice that she's ready to do it twice. On Tuesday morning, SI Swimsuit announced that Dunne will return for the 2024 issue. Dunne will officially be a rookie in next year's magazine. As you'd expect, ...
Staten Island students engage in science at NYC Museum of Natural History | In Class column
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Students at a Staten Island elementary school were recently able to take part in a week-long residency program at the American Museum of Natural History. PS 54 in Willowbrook sent two classes to travel to the museum in Manhattan every day for one week —...
Early Addition: The real reason they call him 'Joey Crack'
Because a pro-car activist took it a little too far, here are your early links: girls are playing more flag football, an outdated Burger King gets a makeover, why owning property at the Plaza kind of sucks, and more from around the city and internet. [ more › ]
NYC pastor disciplined after allowing pop star Sabrina Carpenter to film racy music video in 160-year-old church
A Brooklyn pastor was disciplined for allowing pop star Sabrina Carpenter to film a racy music video inside a 160-year-old church. Monsignor Jamie J. Gigantiello was relieved of his administrative duties at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel-Annunciation Parish in Williamsburg this month, after Carpenter’s video “Feather” debuted on YouTube on Halloween, according to the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn. Parts of the video — which has amassed 11 million views in a month — featured the 24-year-old blonde songstress strutting around the 19th-century Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church in front of four upright pastel coffins while wearing a tiny black...
Before and after photos show amazing recovery by dog in care of Staten Island rescue group
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — A Staten Island-based animal rescue organization is touting the recovery of a dog who looked as if she was literally at death’s door. Louie’s Legacy Animal Rescue is an organization that helps community and shelter partners save more animals, more quickly by rescuing them, temporarily caring for them in supportive foster homes and matching them with adopted pet parents.
Open Your Homes and Hearts: The Dogs Of staten island, NY Need You!
Considering pet adoption? Or perhaps you just enjoy all things cute and cuddly? Numerous charming pets are ready for a loving home at animal shelters situated in and near staten island.
Coming soon! 8 Staten Island restaurants that’ll cause a stir
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Hopeful entrepreneurs train their perspective on a bright year ahead with new endeavors. Here are a handful of soon-coming eateries with lots of sit-down formats in the forecast. If you purchase a product or register for an account through a link on our site, we...
Sebastian Maniscalco tour 2024: How to get tickets to the ‘It Ain’t Right’ Tour
Sebastian Maniscalco is ready to have you laughing all throughout 2024. The “It Ain’t Right” Tour will begin on July 11 in Norfolk, Va. and will wrap up on Dec. 15 in Des Moines, Iowa. New York City fans should get excited, because Maniscalco will perform two...