Tag: Staten Island

Cold Feat Trail Race: Staten Island Greenbelt Hilly 5k

If you are looking for a late winter trail race in Staten Island the Cold Feat 5k and 10k is one you need to run. Held on Saturday, February 22 with the start and finish at the LaTourette Gold Course (right near the clubhouse), this race took runners into the Greenbelt—providing a slice of nature

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National Running Day NYC

Today might just be a runner’s favorite holiday—National Running Day! While die hard runners do not need a day to give life to their running spirit, having a day dedicated to running allows runners to appreciate the sport. Not to mention the motivation runners will have to day to lace up and enjoy their favorite

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I Volunteer As Tribute: A Mother’s Day Dinner to Die For

 In typical to my family fashion, we bonded on Mother’s Day over two things: food and ghost stories. The story takes place at my mom’s property in upstate New York. There is a deep well, but these ghosts are no Samira… Read all about the good food, and even better ghost story on The Hunger James.

Who will pick up the cost of Hurricane Sandy residential damage?

Hurricane Sandy smashed New York and surrounding areas with an overall death toll now at more than 110 fatalities. As of Sunday, about 120,000 customers in New York and New Jersey still struggling to rise above the darkness as they still remain without power. In an attempt to speed up recovery efforts for those displaced

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