In just a little over an hour, you can be transported from the glitz and glamor of Manhattan to the old-school amusement of Brooklyn's storied Coney Island. The destination offers thrills, sun, surf and a unique brand of entertainment that will feel worlds away from the rest of the City.

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Memories of 1950s Brooklyn: A picture is worth a thousand words

December 4 | William A. Gralnick

Two items in this past week’s Brooklyn Eagle brought back tons of memories. The first was the headline and old picture of the Polar Bear Club doing its thing at Coney Island Beach. I remember, as a kid, looking forward to the annual front-page pictures in the Post, News, and Mirror of these lunatics running […]

Cyclones more likely to be promoted than contracted in 2021

October 22 | John Torenli, Sports Editor Brooklyn Daily Eagle

Our borough has already suffered through a summer without Brooklyn Cyclones baseball due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. But with Major League Baseball ready to slash a swath of its existing minor league teams before next season, could the Baby Bums be in line for extinction or at least lose their affiliation with the New […]

Mural Project celebrates Coney Island’s rich history

October 6 | Jaime DeJesus

Even though COVID-19 forced Coney Island’s amusement parks to stay closed this year, several artists have come together to create murals celebrating the rich history of the area and its beloved events and rides. Organized by the Alliance for Coney Island, the People’s Playground Mural Project debuted on Wednesday, Sept. 29 on several storefront gates. […]

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