An original Steeplechase horse at the Coney Island History Project. (Photo: Coney Island History Project [https://www.facebook.com/ConeyIslandHistoryProject/photos/pb.149347545095135.-2207520000.1441306096./1075659232463957/?type=3&theater] / Facebook)There’s no shortage of wonders to find in southern Brooklyn this Labor Day weekend. Check out Coney Island’s
Photo by lunaparknyc [https://www.flickr.com/photos/lunaparknyc/7820360738/] Break out the buns, franks, and firework — the Fourth of July weekend is right around the corner. If you’re sticking around the city to see the Macy’s fireworks display [http://social.macys.com/fireworks/?cm_mmc=VanityUrl-_-fireworks-_
Fireworks rang in the 2013 season. (Photo by Butch)Coney Island’s traditional Friday night fireworks will kick off for the 2014 season on June 20, just hours before the first day of summer and the Mermaid Parade, Amusing the Zillion reports [http://amusingthezillion.com/2014/05/30/coney-island-fireworks-2014-fridays-six-saturdays-and-more/] . The
It is appropriate with Halloween being around the corner that we have the pleasure to introduce more glorious footage of Coney Island’s yesteryear, highlighting the spooky freak shows that help make the boardwalk iconic. Last month [/hurry-hurry-and-watch-this-vintage-coney-island-freak-show-clip-from-the-1940s/] , we came across a 50-second clip uploaded by ChiTownView [http://www.youtube.