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On the Friday of Labor Day weekend, we finally made it out to Coney Island for our annual evening of fun and adventure on the boardwalk, culminating in their spectacular summer fireworks display! It’s always a good time, but this year we mixed it up a little with a visit to the Freak Bar, and that is where we spotted this taxidermy Hammerhead Shark!
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Coney Island Summer Fridays are a thing I take advantage of at least once per season. Aside from the food, the fair and the fireworks, there was an added perk on offer during my recent annual pilgrimage: Clouds that looked like Cotton Candy. These gorgeous formations in shades of rose Pink and slate Blue hovered over the ocean as the sun prepared to set. They were simply breathtaking. If you were somewhere in New York, maybe you saw them as well.
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What a crazy coincidence that, on the same day I read This Article, I found myself in what I am calling the Shark Attack Bathroom (!) which is located at the tail end of the Sharks exhibit at the New York Aquarium. Let’s take a safe peek.
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Mike Diamond (Mike D of the Beastie Boys) wanted a Brooklyn-inspired toile wallpaper for the walls of his Cobble Hill brownstone. In 2012, he worked with designers Vincent J. Ficarra and Adela Qersaqi at Revolver New York, and John Sherman of local manufacturer Flavor Paper to produce a design that pays tribute to Brooklyn in a manner that looks, from a distance, like a traditional eighteenth centre French toile — a printed textile with small scenes that make up an overall pattern.
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How cute are these little guys? If you are familiar with the Pokemon species, then you know this round, pink creature is called a Jigglypuff. This past summer, Jigglypuff was available to win as a prize at various carnival games found at Coney Island’s Luna Park. This plush toy is about the size of basketball.