The Coney Island Parachute Jump has certainly had its ups and downs. Thirty-seven summers have passed since the closing of the world-renowned Parachute Jump ride. Since then, darkness of night has rendered the tower nearly invisible, until now. The Jump began a bright, colorful chapter in its history last month when the 260' structure became illuminated via an artist-programmed “skin” of six different colored-light programs. Following structural refurbishment, the lighting project began in ...
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