Lifestyles for the Disabled will soon announce a new partnership with the Staten Island Advance to bring content by people with disabilities to a greater audience through Life-Wire News Service. Staten Island Honda will sponsor the effort to bring photography, stories, and video by Life-Wire News to the Advance in print and online. To kick […]
Meet the 2019 Staten Island Yankees at Richmond County Bank Ballpark at St. George. Our interviewers, Steven Filoramo, Antonio Pabon and Michael Cilmi throw it over to the coaches and players of the Staten Island Yankees. Photos by Aaron Bialer. Edited by Sal DiBenedetto and Mario Papa. Directed by Eddy Gregory.
N.Y.S. Senator Andrew J. Lanza held his 11th Special Needs Fair on the theme of “What Every Caregiver Should Know.” The May 17th event at the Jewish Community Center of Manor Road, brought together different schools, day programs, foundations and city agencies, offering day habilitation, transportation options, health, education and more. Caregivers and people with […]
The landmark ReelAbilities Film Festival brings international films about disabilities to the public. The series featured two short films, ‘Act Natural’ and ‘Jmaxx and the Universal Language,’ at the Lifestyles Educational Center this past April 3, 2019. The evening also featured performances by Lifestyles’ talented dancers. Join hosts Antonio Pabon and Brian Best as they […]
Volunteers from across New York descended on Rochester to share their ideas at the Kiwanis Aktion Club statewide conference this past October. Lifestyles’ own Kiwanians were among the groups represented who talked about leadership, their club activities, and why they give their time. “Kiwanis Aktion Club members serve their communities,” explained Eric Schwacke. “We’re here […]
At Lifestyles we are all work and play. Check out Ed Burke, Deputy Borough President, singing the praises of the beautiful Ocean Breeze Athletic Facility with Anthony DiFato. And look at all these happy people running, jumping and dancing freely at Staten Island’s premier fitness and competition center. A good time was had by all.
The 2018 crop of Staten Island Yankee players and their manager talk about the upcoming season with Lifestyle for the Disabled correspondents Sam Stone and Antonio Pabon. Video by Mario Papa. Edited by Mario Papa and Richard So.
The Kilauea volcano is over 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit.
I am going to save the Earth by recylcing! -Andre.
“Well, I think I shot the dirt, Anthony. Am I correct?”