I’m a BB (before Bridge). Does anyone know the rules for the Card Game We played: Knuckles?
Hi Neil also a relocated brooklynite to staten island move from east new york, to mariners harbor SI I live in conneticut now, for the last 20 years. I recently have found this site and it brought back some fond memories …
Mine was one of the families that moved from Brooklyn to Staten Island when the Verrazano Bridge was completed in the mid 60’s. Many of the Brooklyn customs of games, pranks, etc. came along with us to Staten Island. Many of the games were altered to fit into the country-like atmosphere of the Island at that time. Ringaleavio was played in the woods, for example. Any Staten Islander’s out there? I grew up in Oakwood Heights and went to St. Charles Elementary School and Mon.Farrell High School. I live in Massachusetts now.
LETS PLAY THE WHOLE PLAYOFF AND THE CHAMPIONSHIP ON ONE DAY LIKE IT WAS B4!!! LET BATTLE UNTIL ONE TEAM IS STANDING!!! NO BREAKS OR REST!!!! THE WHOLE DEAL ON ONE DAY WHY PROLONG IT A EXTRA WEEK!! lET’S GET IT ON!!
ALL HAIL TO THE JERSEY CITY CHAMPS….THE BRONX KNIGHTS!!!!!! WHO BEAT THE JERSEY CITY SAINTS AND NY EMPERORS TO CAPTURE THE TOURNAMENT. SEE YOU OTHER BORO CHAMPIONS ON SEPT 25TH (FINALS)
When is the story about NY Straight going to be posted on your website?
When is the Staten Island playoff?
The Stickball Classic was scheduled for Staten Island today. Last night’s barrage of rain made the game date questionable. This morning players and game assistants looked out to pouring rain, particularly in the Brooklyn/Queens region. Although the rain had stopped by game time, many of the teams and assistants scheduled to be at the event were not there. Stickball Commissioner Curtis Sliwa decided to call the game. The make up time will be shortly announced. The players were obviously disappointed. As the weather cleared and the sun peaked out, it became clear that games could have been held, however, the call had already been made and announced. Players and fans will have to wait to determine who will represent Staten Island in the 1999 Stickball Classic. It should be noted that one of the 3 teams that showed up were the Brookfield Bomber, a team that has already secured its place in the finals by taking the Brooklyn crown in the first week of competition. Even though the day would not be “official” fun was not to be denied. Players decided to take advantage of the day and play anyway. A good crew of players was on-hand when we left midway in the first game. Please post the results of the games so we know what happened. Hope to see you guys at the next one. …