Wolf, Homles & Moore.
Memorial Day brings Fleet Week into our harbors, and at Lifestyles for the Disabled we took time to both think about the sacrifice of men and women who join our military services and to visit those serving today by touring the guided missile destroyer USS Lassen and the cutter USCGC Katherine Walker berthed at the
“Totally ’80s Chris” Bungay remembers the career of the consumate James Bond, Roger Moore.
The students of St. Adalbert’s welcomed veterans of the United States most recent wars to their annual Memorial Day Ice Cream Social to honor the memory of those who had fallen throughout history to defend the country. Veterans of wars, including World War II, Korea, Vietnam and the Gulf Wars, gathered in the festive gymnasium for lunch
Plans are moving forward to establish a charter school that addresses the needs of children who are having difficulty learning because they are dyslexic. “We’ve got a problem on Staten Island. Students, our children, with dyslexia are going to public schools and their needs are not being met,” said Laura Timoney, the borough’s deputy director of
Host Joseph Padalino and guest Michael Smith reminice on their favorite computer games.
Meredith solves her friends’ problems with her magical powers. How did she do that? Shooting and editing with the students at Staten Island Technical High School provided budding Lifestyles actors with a chance to have a good time making an intriguing video. Lifestyles for the Disabled collaborated with Staten Island Technical High School to create
Giuseppe looks right at home strolling around Italy, the thing he wanted to do most if he could do anything. Members of Lifestyles Media Department traveled to New Dorp to join the high school students at Staten Island Tech for some cool sessions in their TV studio. In addition to a control booth and three
The crowd is going wild. The cheerleaders are pumped. Brian coolly dribbles in, shoots and sinks the winning basket. Brought to you through the magic of a green screen. Members of Lifestyles Media Department traveled to New Dorp to join the high school students at Staten Island Tech for some cool sessions in their TV