Staten Island (/ ˌ s t æ t ən ˈ aɪ l ə n d /) is a borough of New York City, coterminous with Richmond County, in the U.S. state of New York.Located in the southwest portion of the city, the borough is separated from New Jersey by the Arthur Kill and the Kill Van Kull and from the rest of New York by New York Bay.
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The King of Staten Island is a 2020 American comedy-drama film directed by Judd Apatow, from a screenplay by Apatow, Pete Davidson, and Dave Sirus. It stars Davidson, Marisa Tomei, Bill Burr, Bel Powley, Maude Apatow, and Steve Buscemi, and follows a young man who must get his life together after his mother starts dating a new man who, like his deceased father, is a firefighter. The film was announced as Apatow's next project in early 2019, with the cast joining that April. Filming took place ar
Scott Carlin is a 24-year-old high school dropout, who lives with his mother Margie and his sister Claire on Staten Island. Scott's firefighter father Stan died fighting a hotel fire when he was young, a loss that continues to affect him; he also deals with numerous medical problems, including Crohn's disease and ADHD, and smokes marijuana constantly. He is unemployed and spends his days hanging out with his friends, including Kelsey, who he is sleeping with. Kelsey wants the relationship to be
On January 29, 2019, it was announced that Universal Pictures was producing a new film directed by Judd Apatow and starring Pete Davidson. The film was set to be written by Apatow, Davidson, and Dave Sirus with Apatow and Sirus also producing the film. Davidson first came to Apatow's attention while working on Trainwreck after he was recommended by Amy Schumer, and he was cast in a cameo role in that film. The story is based in-part on Davidson's life, depicting what it might have been like if h
The King of Staten Island was set to have its world premiere at South by Southwest on March 13, 2020, but the festival was cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic. It was rescheduled to premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 20, 2020, which was also cancelled due to the pandemic. Originally scheduled for a theatrical release on June 19, 2020, the film was instead released digitally in the United States and Canada through Premium VOD on June 12, 2020 due to movie theaters closures that started
In its debut weekend, The King of Staten Island was the most rented film on FandangoNow, Amazon Prime, the iTunes Store, Comcast Xfinity, Apple TV, Vudu, Google Play, YouTube, Spectrum, and DirecTV. It remained the top rented film across all platforms in second weekend then on al
On review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds an approval rating of 73% based on 258 reviews, with an average rating of 6.84/10. The site's critics consensus reads: "The King of Staten Island's uncertain tone and indulgent length blunt this coming-of-age dramedy's
The Staten Island Railway (SIR) is the only rapid transit line in the New York City borough of Staten Island.It is owned by the Staten Island Rapid Transit Operating Authority (SIRTOA), a subsidiary of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, and operated by the New York City Transit Authority Department of Subways.
- Early settlement
- Proposal for a park
- Parkway plan
- 1980s expansion
The Staten Island Greenbelt is a system of contiguous public parkland and natural areas in the central hills of the New York City borough of Staten Island. It is the second largest component of the parks owned by the government of New York City and is maintained by the city's Department of Parks and Recreation and the Greenbelt Conservancy, a not-for-profit organization that works in partnership with NYC Parks to care for the Greenbelt and raise funds for its maintenance and programs. The Greenb
The administrative headquarters of the Greenbelt and Greenbelt Conservancy are located at the entrance to High Rock Park with a street address of 200 Nevada Avenue in the Egbertville neighborhood; in June 2004 a second facility, known as the Greenbelt Nature Center, was opened approximately 0.75 miles away, at 700 Rockland Avenue. The Greenbelt Conservancy, which works in partnership with the NYC Parks Department, is a membership organization offering year-round nature-themed events for young pe
The native Lenni-Lenape, who inhabited the island centuries before the arrival of the Dutch, reportedly dubbed Staten Island Aquehonga Monocknong or "the place of bad woods" perhaps because of the spirits they believed dwelled there. Then, as today, the boulder-littered moraines were covered with many species of trees: oak, hickory, maple, beech, as well as lesser quantities of birch, sweet gum, ash, black walnut, wild cherry, and tulip. Below the canopy of this sub-climax forest grew dogwood, i
In 1871, in his capacity as consultant to the Staten Island Improvement Commission, Olmsted made the following proposal for Staten Island
During the first half of the 20th century, several proposals for Staten Island parks and parkways were drafted first by the Borough of Staten Island and then by the City of New York. During the early 1960s, though then-Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority chairman Robert Moses
Conservation activists, given immediacy by the Federal Highway Act and hope in the person of President John F. Kennedy's Secretary of the Interior, Stewart Udall, mobilized in opposition to these plans. They first saved High Rock Girl Scout Camp, the acreage of which had original
In spite of opposition, road work began in 1965 on what became known as "Section 1". In 1966 Volmer Associates were hired by the city of New York to describe alternate routes to Section 1. They were proposed, studied, and debated by New York state and city officials, creating con
In 1982, 25 acres of city-owned land, which heretofore had belonged to the New York City Farm Colony, were added to the Greenbelt; this tract is located on the north side of Rockland Avenue, from Brielle Avenue almost to Forest Hill Road. In 1984, the Staten Island Greenbelt was officially recognized by the city, becoming one of the largest natural areas within the five boroughs of New York City and the second largest park in the city, behind Pelham Bay Park.
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Staten Island is a borough of New York City. Fewer than half a million people live there, the smallest population of any of the five boroughs. Three bridges connect Staten Island to New Jersey, and the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge connects to Brooklyn. A passenger railroad runs along the south shore to the northeast end of the island, which is ...
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- New Dorp Lane District
- Government & Politics
New Dorp is a neighborhood on the East Shore of Staten Island, New York City, United States. New Dorp is bounded by Mill Road on the southeast, Tysens Lane on the southwest, Amboy and Richmond Roads on the northwest, and Bancroft Avenue on the northeast. It is adjacent to Oakwood to the southwest, Todt Hill to the northwest, Dongan Hills and Grant City, and Midland Beach and Miller Field to the southeast. New Dorp Beach, bordering to the east, is often listed on maps as a separate neighborhood f
New Dorp was the location of the first county seat of Richmond County. Called Stony Brook, it was located approximately where Amboy Road experiences a sharp bend between the New Dorp and Oakwood train stations. In 1667, at the end of the Second Anglo-Dutch War, the Dutch Republic ceded their colony of New Netherland to England as a condition of the Treaty of Breda. The colony had been occupied by the English since 1664, and was re-branded as the Province of New York when it was granted as a prop
The New Dorp Lane District is an entity which is controlled by the merchants and operated by the Staten Island Economic Development Corporation. In 2014, the New Dorp Merchants Group was founded in partnership with Councilman Steven Matteo and the SIEDC in an effort to improve the quality of life for the businesses and the community collectively. There are over 200 businesses in the New Dorp Lane District which encompasses New Dorp Lane and both New Dorp Plaza North and New Dorp Plaza South.
New Dorp is located in the 11th Congressional District and is part of New York's 24th State Senatorial District as well as being part of New York's 62nd and 64th Assembly Districts. For the 116th United States Congress, New York's 11th District is represented by Max Rose. New Yor
There are 5,511 registered voters in New Dorp 1,826 of which were registered Democrats, 2,244 of which were registered Republicans, and 1,441 of which were registered Independents as of February 2019. Despite this close registration proximity, New Dorp has elected Republicans by
For census purposes, the New York City government classifies New Dorp as part of a larger neighborhood tabulation area called New Dorp-Midland Beach. Based on data from the 2010 United States Census, the population of New Dorp-Midland Beach was 21,896, a change of 1,654 from the 20,242 counted in 2000. Covering an area of 1,269.49 acres, the neighborhood had a population density of 17.2 inhabitants per acre. The racial makeup of the neighborhood was 78.3% White, 1.2% African American, 0.1% Nativ
The Lane Theater in New Dorp opened on February 10, 1938, playing One Hundred Men and a Girl as its first feature film. Charles, Lewis and Elias Moses, who operated theaters on Staten Island under the name Isle Theatrical had John Eberson design an "atmospheric theater" using lighting, projecting images, and an impressive painted ceiling. The facility cost about $100,000 to build, had seating for 600 people, the latest RCA sound system, and was cooled by refrigeration. The structure was remodele
- Staten Island Zoological Society
The Staten Island Zoo is an 8-acre suburban zoo in West New Brighton, Staten Island, New York City. The zoo is open year-round except on Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day. It has been accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums since 1988. Staten Island Zoo Staten Island Zoo Logo Staten Island Zoo Entrance Date openedJune 10, 1936 Location614 Broadway, Staten Island Coordinates40°37′30″N 74°06′54″W / 40.625°N 74.115°W / 40.625; -74.115Coordinates: 40...
The history of the Staten Island Zoo can be traced back to three Staten Island War heroes: Colonel Edward Harden, Colonel Richard Penn Smith, and Major Clarence Barrett. In the 1800s, Staten Island was home to many ranking military leaders including Colonel Harden and Colonel Penn Smith whose estates were located right across from each other on opposite sides of Clove Road.
Unlike all the other zoos in New York City, which are operated by the Wildlife Conservation Society, the Staten Island Zoo is operated by the Staten Island Zoological Society which was created in August 1933 under the organization of Harold O'Connel. Local legend maintains that the society was partially formed from the Staten Island Reptile Club which was located nearby on Britton Street and Broadway. Although no written documentation exists regarding the merger it would explain the newly formed
Initially, the focus of the zoo was reptiles, in particular including the collection of snakes housed in the zoo's Serpentarium. Although the focus of the zoo has broadened, the zoo's collection of rattlesnakes is still regarded as among the largest and most complete in North America. The current collection comprises over 1,500 animals of over 350 different species. Among the zoo's current exhibits is the African Savannah at Twilight.
The zoo is accessible by public transportation via the S48 and S53 bus routes; there are no Staten Island Railway stations in the vicinity of the zoo.
- June 10, 1936
- 8 acres (3.2 ha)
- 614 Broadway, Staten Island
- Major racial groups
Richmond County, also known as Staten Island is a borough of New York City, New York, United States. Staten Island is the least populated of the five boroughs with 468,730 people but is the third largest in area at 59 sq mi. According to the 2010 Census, there were 468,730 people living in Staten Island, which is an increase of 5.6% since the 2000 Census. Staten Island Population by year Year Inhabitants 1900 67,021 1910 85,969 1920 116,531 1930 158,346 1940 174,441 1950 191,555 1960 221,991 197
According to the 2010 Census, 64.0% of the population was non-Hispanic White, 9.5% non-Hispanic Black or African American, 0.0% non-Hispanic American Indian and Alaska Native, 7.4% non-Hispanic Asian, 0.2% from some other race and 2.6% of two or more races. 17.3% of Staten Island
According to the 2009 American Community Survey conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau, Staten Island had a population 491,730, of which 48.7% were males and 51.3% were females. Approximately 6.0% of the population was under five years of age, and 76.9% of the populace was over eigh
The 2000 census, there were 443,728 people, 156,341 households, and 114,052 families residing in the borough / county. The population density was 2,929.6/km2. There were 163,993 housing units at an average density of 1,082.7/km2. The racial makeup was 77.6% White, 9.7% Black or A
Staten Island has a higher percentage of Italian Americans than any other county in the United States, though it is 27th largest compared to other Italian American communities. About 35.7% of Staten Island's residents have Italian origin. The South Shore of Staten Island has the
According to the 2010 Census, Staten Island has a 7.4% non-Hispanic Asian population. The Asian population was mostly concentrated in the areas alongside the Staten Island Expressway. The area around Bradley Avenue has the highest concentration of Asians on Staten Island. Other a
Staten Island's Hispanic population was 17.3% as of the 2010 census. While Hispanics can be found in most Staten Island neighborhoods, their concentrations were highest north of the Staten Island Expressway. Roughly half of Staten Island's Hispanics were of Puerto Rican descent.
As of 2010, 70.39% of Staten Island residents age 5 and older spoke English at home as a primary language, while 10.02% spoke Spanish, 3.14% Russian, 3.11% Italian, 2.39% Chinese, 1.81% other Indo-European languages, 1.38% Arabic, 1.01% Polish, 0.88% Korean, 0.80% Tagalog, 0.76% other Asian languages, 0.62% Urdu, 0.57% other Indic languages, and African languages were spoken as a main language by 0.56% of the population over the age of five. In total, 29.61% of Staten Island's population age 5 a
In terms of religion, the population is largely Roman Catholic, and the Catholic Church exerts strong influence on many aspects of the island's social and cultural life. The Jewish community is large enough that it would be significant in most other parts of the country, but it is slightly less numerous compared to other parts of the New York Metropolitan Area.
Staten Island är en ö och en av New York Citys fem stadsdelar (boroughs). Stadsdelen utgör samtidigt Richmond County. Den har drygt 475 000 invånare (2018) och täcker en yta av 265,5 km². Stadsdelen har urbaniserats i snabb takt sedan 1960-talet. Staten Island är förbunden med New Jersey och Brooklyn med broar.