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.
Organizers want to stage a Coney Island Mermaid Parade this year, but they have warned it will not happen if they can’t raise the needed funds.
A fire broke out this weekend at the original Nathan’s Famous restaurant at Coney Island.
The residents of Oceana said the city failed to notify them of the restroom until construction began last week.
The attraction can be seen from miles away and will soon be visible from space when all 270 feet of it are lit up with all of the colors of the rainbow.
About the half of the facility, including exhibits that feature the sea lions, harbor seals, sea otters, penguins and others, will reopen to the public on May 25.
Neighbors along the beach in Coney Island said it’s a deafening sound — pile-driving on the beach through the overnight hours, courtesy of the city Parks Department.
A symbolic opening Sunday marked the return of the amusement rides on Coney Island after the damage they suffered from Superstorm Sandy.