Coney Island comes back

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Coney Island comes back

Two iconic NYC summer destinations rebound after Superstorm Sandy
A child rides the B & B Carousel on the Coney Island’s boardwalk.
M. Chamberlain of Egg Harbor, N.J., plays a piano on the Coney Island boardwalk. The piano was installed as part of citywide art project.
The Wonder Wheel rises above the Coney Island boardwalk while visitors take to the beach in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. Eight months after Superstorm Sandy hit New York City, Coney Island’s rides, eateries and beach are getting plenty of visitors, and there are even a few new attractions.
The 90-year-old fortune telling machine “Grandma’s Predictions” was restored after it was damaged in Superstorm Sandy. Fortunes cost just 50 cents.
Totonno’s Pizzeria pizzaioli Michael Gammone, left, and John Raffaele bake pizza in the same coal oven used since the restaurant’s establishment 89 years ago. The eatery was closed for five months after Superstorm Sandy.

Coney Island comes back

A child rides the B & B Carousel on the Coney Island’s boardwalk.
M. Chamberlain of Egg Harbor, N.J., plays a piano on the Coney Island boardwalk. The piano was installed as part of citywide art project.
The Wonder Wheel rises above the Coney Island boardwalk while visitors take to the beach in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. Eight months after Superstorm Sandy hit New York City, Coney Island’s rides, eateries and beach are getting plenty of visitors, and there are even a few new attractions.
The 90-year-old fortune telling machine “Grandma’s Predictions” was restored after it was damaged in Superstorm Sandy. Fortunes cost just 50 cents.
Totonno’s Pizzeria pizzaioli Michael Gammone, left, and John Raffaele bake pizza in the same coal oven used since the restaurant’s establishment 89 years ago. The eatery was closed for five months after Superstorm Sandy.
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