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Check out my listing in Westerleigh—248 Willowbrook Road!  ASKING PRICE:  $629,000!

This immaculate one-family detached 3 bedroom, 2 bath ranch on a 51' x 109' corner lot in the heart of Westerleigh, features a completely renovated eat-in kitchen and renovated bath with bench and self-cleaning doors including a washer/dryer unit, original hardwood floors throughout under carpeting, recessed lighting, Triple-pane Andersen windows, custom made blinds, new central air conditioning unit, automatic sprinkler system, a custom-made garage, 15 years to go on a 30 year roof.










The First level is a Living Room/Dining Room combination, Eat-In Kitchen, three bedrooms and

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Check out my new listing in New Brighton! 


This charming one-family detached home on a 34’ x 102’ lot is situated on a quiet street and can be reached by way of  Lafayette Ave. to Cortelyou Place and then to 17 Kirby Court. 




This house features three Bedrooms, a formal Dining Room with French Doors separating a large Living Room, with two means of egress to outside from Kitchen and Dining Room, a half bath on the first floor, galley kitchen with walk-in Pantry, hardwood floors throughout, a full bath with Jacuzzi on the second floor, a walk-up entrance to a full attic which can be finished off for extra bedrooms, Man-cave, office, entertainment room with a large screen TV, crafting room, fitness area or kids’

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College of Staten Island doctorate student, Seth Wollney, has launched a campaign to fund his research of Staten Island's ponds. So far, the campaign has reached 15% of it's $17,000 goal, with 23 days left to go.

As stated on the fundraiser's Experiment.com page, this project will inventory the biological communities in seven ponds using cutting-edge environmental DNA collection techniques. Data from surveys will lead to a deeper understanding of what humans can do to help conserve these important ecosystems for future generations. 

In addition to healthier spaces for plant life and microorganisms, Wollney believes that people will simply feel better about living near thriving ponds and parks. "People need to have open spaces and park land for

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The College of Staten Island will be hosting their 12th Annual Grace Hillery Breast Cancer Awareness Baseball Game next Tuesday, April 21st, at the Willowbrook campus. The event is named for the mother of Anthony Hillery, who was taken to breast cancer at age 54 when Anthony was a junior at the college. Now a high school baseball coach himself, Anthony has pitched in to keep the event going for twelve years now.

Bethany Watson, co-host of The Elvis Duran Morning Show on Z100, is set to make an appearance for the second year in a row. Watson stated that she jumped at the chance to be a part of the event. Upon tuning into Z100 last year the day after the game, Hillery said he was blown away by the response. "This show goes out beyond New York to a

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I accompanied my grandson to a special St. Patrick’s Day event at the Tottenville Branch of the New York Public Library on Tuesday.  Miss Amy, one of my grandson’s favorite librarians, read a number of books that featured “green” themes.  After reading, the children sang songs and then watched as Miss Amy turned a stuffed caterpillar into a beautiful butterfly.  Each child was given a chance to open the Velcro caterpillar and observe the transformation.  They were enchanted!  Afterwards, there were arts and crafts to color, decorate with glitter, cut out and bring home.  I always have a grand time watching the children and seeing their faces light up when they participate in reading and programs.  Did you know there are activities and programs at the New

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Did you visit the Living Nativity at Salem Evangelical Church last week, listen to Choral music or breathed fresh air at one of our parks or nature areas. 

My grandson, Gerard, ever the aficionado of prehistoric creatures, and at age 3, can pronounce the names of every dinosaur, is in for a treat!  “Dinosaur Encounters” debuted at the Staten Island Zoo yesterday.  Eight animatronic dinos will be at the Zoo for four months until April 1.  Triggered by motion detectors, the beasts move heads and tails and grunt and growl hoarsely.  The exhibit is free with regular admission.  

Saturday, 12/20 and Sunday, 12/21, the Staten Island Ballet presents "The Nutcracker" at 1 and 5 p.m. at the Center for the Arts at the College of Staten Island, 2800

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Check out my new listing in Westerleigh--281 Kingsley Avenue!

This large, roomy well-maintained 100 year-old house on an 82 x 92 lot, designed by one of the foremost North Shore architects, James Whitfield, Sr., boasts six bedrooms (4 on the second floor, 2 on the third floor), living room, formal dining room, 3 baths (one a 6' jet tub), hardwood floors throughout, in friendly established Westerleigh.  Plumbing, electricity and heating have been upgraded over the years.  The roof and trim are about 10 years old (30-year roof).  Exterior shingles have always been stained, never painted which has kept them in top condition for almost 100 years. 

Picture yourself snuggled up in your favorite chair in front of a roaring fireplace reading a book on a

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Many of you have probably made vacation plans already.  Whether it be a cruise, a vacation to see family across the country, day trips, long weekends at the lake or shore, summer is an exciting time of the year.  Packing is easy--throw a bathing suit and suntan lotion into a tote and off to the beach you go.  Sit in a park, people watch, bring a bag lunch and a good book—mini-vacation.  There are so many possibilities and many that are FREE.  Activities abound around the City and particularly, on Staten Island for the summer. 

The outdoor concerts at the parks are always a favorite of mine.  When I was a child, my Dad would pack the kids up and off to Silver Lake we would go.  He would spread a blanket in the grass, we would snack on fruit—grapes,

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