Snug Harbor recently hosted the Consul General of China in an effort to tempt Chinese visitors.
Catch some local music, discuss Harper Lee's new book or watch a performance of "Macbeth."
Watch some fireworks, check out a drag performance or watch a female-only mariachi band.
Dance to Polish music, visit an art festival and eat lots of chicken wings.
Watch some video art, mosh to punk rock or go to a campfire reading of "Treasue Island."
Go to a pug costume contest, tour a Coast Guard training ship or listen to some bagpipe music.
The sixth annual LUMEN will come to Snug Harbor for the first time on June 20.
A new campaign by NYC & Co. aims to get residents to visit 10 particular neighborhoods in the city.
The new series will teach you to grow your own veggies to cook an Italian feast.
Snug Harbor will host a monthly series of performances with a moderated Q&A afterwards.
From an historic theater to a Chinese garden, Staten Island shouldn't be overlooked by tourists.
The center will host a tasting of dishes from city chefs using produce from Snug Harbor's farm.
The six-week program will teach kids drums, bass, guitar, vocals, keyboard, brass and strings.
The show will give out awards in categories including Loveliest Lady and Tramps & Studs.
The fundraising gala will honor a councilwoman, the director of Staten Island Arts and Goldman Sachs.
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