Stephanie Padilla

Stephanie Padilla



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. ( i have a lot of tools and screws) As we prepare for the grand opening of the New York City Coney Island Wax Museum this Friday, we thought we’d highlight some of the history of the iconic boardwalk landmark. Here’s all you need to know before you visit. For a history lesson be sure to check out today’s New York Times’ take on the 50th anniversary of Coney Island’s boardwalk. The landmark opened May 24, 1964, with a $2.5 million boardwalk renovation designed by William Esty and built by Loesel and Son of Brooklyn. The New York Times Magazine’s 1968 article “The Great Salt Sea of Coney Island” explores the cultural significance of Coney Island as a place where experimentation and change occur. With the opening of the boardwalk, both Coney Island and the city itself becomes a place where “older values, including some that could be construed as less than admirable, [would] fade and be superseded by new ones.” The article also discussed the diminution of amusement parks as we know them today, and the rise of the Coney Island Amusement Park Association, which would eventually develop Coney Island Amusement Park, already the largest stand-alone amusement park in the country. Be sure to visit the web site of the new museum at the current location of the amusement park, or take a walk down memory lane at the Coney Island Museum. The museums has a ton of interactive stories, including a Funhouse attraction that takes guests through the early history of the amusement park. For more tips on getting to Coney Island, and what to do once you arrive, check out this list at The David Niven Theatre specializes in movies from the early 1950s. The concession stand serves hot dogs, nachos, pizza, snacks and cold beverages. You can purchase tickets at the box office, by calling (954) 465-3175 or online at “Twelve Angry Men,” a film by Sidney Lumet, will be shown at 4 p.m., 7 p.m., 9 p.m. and 11 p.m., Saturday, June 21, at the Aviva Theatre, 777 Seventh Ave., West Palm Beach, (561) 630-6747 or Showtimes are for groups 3da54e8ca3

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