Some neighbors on Coney Island would like to see a ferry connecting the Brooklyn peninsula to Manhattan, but a plan by the city could ensure that it never happens.
As many as 750,000 people are expected to attend the event which will feature Judah Freidlander from “30 Rock” as King Neptune and Carole Radziwell from the “Real Housewives of New York” as Queen Mermaid.
The Brooklyn Cyclones have begun a new chapter on a new turf field on Coney Island, in a major symbol of revival from Superstorm Sandy.
Restaurants often install aquariums as an aesthetic expression of beauty and serenity, but last week, the fish tank at the new Applebee’s on Coney Island was anything but.
Officer Jonas Guisao, a 20-year veteran of the force, works out of the 60th Precinct, which was destroyed when Sandy roared ashore.
The Thunderbolt will be 125 feet tall and will reach speeds of 65 mph, according to the New York City Economic Development Corporation.
According to police, the suspect, who was caught on surveillance camera, followed his 65-year-old victim off the elevator in the building at 2930 W. 30th Street around 4 p.m. last Thursday.
Organizers of the Brooklyn event raised the money they needed to hold this year’s event on June 22.
For many people, Memorial Day is considered the start of the beach season and the unofficial start to summer, but the beginning of the holiday weekend got off to a cold, windy and rainy start.
Following a cold, dreary day Saturday, the sun is making an appearance this Sunday, along with some slightly warmer temperatures.
Memorial Day Weekend it may be, but it might as well be mid-March for New Yorkers stepping outside Saturday.
The damp, raw weather may have canceled a day at the beach for Tri-State Area residents, but it did not stop many young visitors and their families from heading to the New York Aquarium at Coney Island.
Did your Memorial Day itinerary go down the drain with the rain? Or maybe you waited to long to even make a plan, and now it looks like you’ll be sticking around the wet, Fleet Week-less city this weekend. Not all is lost.
Instead of a ribbon-cutting, there was a ceremonial cutting of the hot dog links at Nathan’s Famous hot dogs on Coney Island Thursday.
The Brooklyn Cyclones’ all-natural field is going, going, gone.