After all, it’s the GOP road blocking him most of the time, isn’t it?
A sting of 118 shops throughout the city included six on Staten Island, charged with selling liquor to underage volunteer decoys who were working with authorities.
The director of the Brooklyn Museum sitting naked on a giant toilet overflowing with green sludge: That’s the new painting now proudly gracing Staten Island’s Borough Hall.
Resident gathered to protest the latest rise in tolls on Port Authority crossings, and a petition to halt the inflation has reached more than 1,000 signatures. Their answer: A permanent $4 toll for all residents, no peak or off-peak hours
All the inmates have been taken out, as the prison prepares to close in December for budget cuts. But 255 people are still work there, waiting to be transferred elsewhere.
The biggest incident reported in the Staten Island Advance? Police confiscated a flagpole from one of the protesters at the St. George Ferry Terminal. Pretty quiet, compared to other parts of the country where 300 people got arrested.
As is usually the case, the leaders in charge of writing bills to police the Internet are old and out-of-touch with the digital reality. The Stop Internet Piracy Act, currently being debated by the House of Representatives, is no different.
Conservative members of Congress say “who cares about childhood obesity. Just show me the money!” (That’s not actually what they said, but they do count pizza as a vegetable).
If they hadn’t been annoying, could this movement have spread across the world? The Tea Party, for all the press it gets, never inspired mass demonstrations in Madrid.
Staten Islander Micha Balon and West Chester native Emery Abdel-Latif – both currently in college – met only last December at the protest site, while they were both searching for prayer space. In a month, they knew they wanted to get married.