PERIPHERAL NEUROPATHY WARNING!
Brooklyn, NY — The most common
method your doctor will recommend to treat
your neuropathy is with prescription drugs
that may temporarily reduce your symptoms.
These drugs have names such as Gabapentin,
Lyrica, Cymbalta, and Neurontin, and are
primarily antidepressant or anti-seizure
drugs. These drugs may cause you to feel
uncomfortable and have a variety of harmful
Peripheral neuropathy is a
result of damage to the nerves!
COURIER LIFE, JULY 23-29, 2021 3
‘Brooklyn is back’
New Coney Island theme song
teased ahead of Cyclones game
People walk on the Coney Island boardwalk on July 4. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
BY JESSICA PARKS
A July 14 press conference at the
recently-renamed Maimonides Park
touted the unveiling of a new Coney
Island theme song, with politicos at
the event promising that Coney Island
is back — and it’s “better than
While no song was played for members
of the press, billionaire businessman
John Catsimatides — who seemingly
organized the event and whose
wife, Margo, threw out the fi rst pitch
at the night’s Brooklyn Cyclones game
— used the photo op as a means to encourage
Brooklynites to vote for one
of two choices on the website of his radio
Two songs are currently in the running,
with a race between “It’s Coney
Island!” by Vinnie Medugno and “Coney
Island Beat” by Freddy Cannon,
who sang the song “Palisades Park”
about a now-out-of-business amusement
park in New Jersey in 1962.
“One of those songs is going to become
the iconic Coney Island song that
we are looking forward to listening to
for the next 100 years,” Catsimatides
The song is meant to help “attract
tourists and visitors to Brooklyn’s
iconic boardwalk, theme park, and
baseball stadium,” according to a
press advisory sent ahead of the event
by Bedford-Stuyvesant Councilmember
Robert Cornegy’s offi ce.
Cornegy, the lone Democratic pol
in attendance, was fl ocked by Republican
mayoral candidate Curtis Sliwa,
former US House Rep. Peter King, who
represented a large swath of Long Island,
and most notably, former mayor
Rudy Giuliani — all of whom have gigs
on WABC Radio.
Prior to Margo’s appearance on the
mound, a quartet of former New York
Mets players — Doc Gooden, John
Franco, Ed Kranepool, and Art Shamsky
— joined elected offi cials on an
overlook at the stadium for the press
conference, during which the cohort
drove home a simple message: “Brooklyn
And all of them touted the good
graces of Coney Island.
“It’s better than Florida,” said Giuliani.
“First of all it’s a much better
beach, it’s 120 miles of beach here and
you actually have civilization nearby
— not like in Florida — and there are
no alligators going to come over!”
Following the event, a spokesperson
for Cornegy said he attended Wednesday’s
presser because of its focus on
recovery and resiliency, and its intersection
with the sports world — all of
which, the rep said, the lawmaker is a
big supporter of.
“I continue to support the borough’s
economic recovery through sports,”
the pol said in a statement through his
rep, Raul Rothblatt. “This time it’s a
Cornegy isn’t only only Democrat
to play ball with Catsimatidis this
month. Sliwa’s Democratic opponent,
Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams,
was spotted dining with the conservative
media mogul at Rao’s shortly
after his primary victory.
Though, the Central Brooklyn lawmaker
wasn’t alone in relishing the
The word “resiliency” also struck
a chord with Michael Atoniades, executive
vice president at Maimonides
Medical Center, who attended the
event on behalf of Maimonides President
and CEO Kenneth Gibbs, “and
65,000 health care workers who put
their life and their careers and their
sweat and tears on the line for the last
18 months to do what they have done
for the last 110 years, which is to care
for our communities, to care for everyone
who comes to our doors and to get
people home to their families.”
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