Original Coney Island Chili
Since most hot dog vendors use a canned version of this magical condiment, this recipe will help you remember why this dog became so famous! Also amazing for creating a chili-cheeseburger or making sloppy joe's!
HOT DOGS & FRIES - Nothing conjures up fonder memories than scarfing down a couple of dogs at Nathan's when I was a kid in Brooklyn. All the Nathans at various airports are just not the same.
Historical Coney Island - Denver Post Photos and Videos
Historical images of famed Coney Island amusement park in New York. [insertSlideshowjava xml=”http://dpphoto.slideshowpro.com/images.php?album=124704″ api=”dp”]
Extensive collection of rare and old pictures of New York. Collected over a lifetime by H.A. Dunne. Historic New York City and Vintage New York Photos.
Girls on the Parachute Jump, 1955
Two young women hang suspended above Steeplechase Park in Coney Island, Brooklyn. The beach and boardwalk below them are crowded with men and women strolling or sunbathing. The Parachute Jump, originally built for the 1939 World's Fair, is an icon of Coney Island. Although it ceased operating in 1968, the structure is in the United States Regist
Coney Island Face
The first American amusement park, in the modern sense, was at the 1893 World Columbian Exposition , held in Chicago, Illinois . The 1893 World's fair was the first to have a Ferris wheel and an arcade midway, as well as various concessions. This conglomeration of attractions was the template used for amusement parks for the next half-century, including those known as trolley park s. There's an interesting film clip from 1917 directed by Fatty Arbuckle and starring Buster Keaton here on…