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Staten Island is gearing up for NYC's annual Beer Week from Feb 24th through March 4th with drink specials and local highlights to satisfy the thirstiest of beer lovers!

SI's own Flagship Brewery will be on tap, island-wide, at places like The Hop Shoppe and Craft House. While places like Randall Manor Tavern and Adobe Blues will keep your appetite satiated with hearty bar and tex mex fare paired with wide selections of local NYC brews. 

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Local fans of the hit HBO show Game of Thrones should be getting excited and clearing their schedules for Thursday, March 30th. The critically acclaimed parody, titled “Graeme of Thrones”, is coming to Staten Island’s St. George Theatre.

The unauthorized parody show has traveled and put on shows throughout the world and originally comes to us from London’s West End. It was created by some of UK’s top tier comedy writers and has been called a treat for fans and an introduction for the unenlightened. The show promises to be just as entertaining as it is ridiculous. 

The show starts at 8 pm on Thursday, March 30th and Ticket prices range from $39 to $59. 

Click here to buy your tickets!

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The SI Filmmaker’s Showcase is a prime showcase for local Staten Island filmmakers and will be coming to Edgewater Hall on February 26th.

With a theme of "Of Life and Art," poetic stories and a documentary that takes to task our fears as a nation are the chief highlights on-deck for the event. As well as a lineup of darkly comedic shorts in the "Without a Laugh Track" portion. While "Island Blues" wraps things up with films featuring strong local and NYC based influences.

It all starts Sunday February 26th from 2pm to 7pm at Edgewater Hall 691 Bay St, Staten Island, New York 10304

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Back in 2012, Hurricane Sandy tore through the tri-state area, creating massive property damage in its wake. One of the prominent transportation hubs effected was the South Ferry subway station, which ended up flooded and in disrepair.

Well this June, the South Ferry station is set to reopen after a lengthy $343 million dollar renovation project that will finally allow Staten Islanders to easily deal with the final portion of their city-inbound commute instead of having to have used alternate subway routes after getting off the ferry in Manhattan the past few years.

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