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Luna Park’s skydiving ride, Boardwalk Flight, may have been dismantled, but we will soon be able to fly across Coney Island once again. Trapeze School New York will be joining Coney Art Walls and Smorgasburg in Coney Island this weekend, Thor Equities…

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Two Cab Drivers Robbed In Coney Island, Police Say

Two cab drivers were robbed in Coney Island this month, and police are asking the public for assistance in locating the suspects. On Saturday, June 20, police say that a cab driver picked up a fair on West 23rd Street near Mermaid Avenue. After getting in the vehicle, the suspect took out a gun and robbed…

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City Board Votes In Favor Of Historic Rent Freeze

For the first time in New York City’s history, the Rent Guidelines Board voted Monday night to green-light a rent freeze for the city’s approximate two million residents living in rent-stabilized homes, eliciting cheers of approval from elected officials and neighbors who have long called for relief for tenants. The board, which regulates rent for…

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Russian Eatery Stolovaya Gets High Praise (But With A Caveat)

Revered New York City food critic Robert Sietsema recently praised the local Russian eatery Stolovaya for its hearty and affordable fair. But his review came with a tip that most of you are probably familiar with, and which may actually be a selling point for some carnivorous eaters: Guests are advised to bring their own vegetables. From the…

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A Visual Guide To Emmons Avenue’s Yacht And Boating Clubs

While many bemoan the loss of fishing boats and bait-and-tackle shops along Emmons Avenue, three boating clubs on the strip have maintained the area’s waterfront traditions for as long as 140 years. Behind their tall fences are bustling communities of boat owners and water lovers. Unlike the yacht club of popular lore, these aren’t stuffy, exclusive…