Brighton Beach

What is Brighton Beach known for?


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McCormick was taken to be beaten and raped in the 2004 film ''Mysterious Skin''. *In the 2005 film ''Lord of War'', the main character, Yuri Orlov, played by Nicolas Cage, lives in Brighton Beach. *In the 2007 crime drama ''We Own the Night (We Own the Night (film))'', the character Bobby Green, played by Joaquin Phoenix, is the manager of a nightclub in Brighton Beach. *In the 2008 video game ''Grand Theft Auto IV'', Brighton Beach is represented by the neighborhood


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''Bored to Death'', unlicensed private detective Jonathan Ames investigates a case based at a Russian nightclub in Brighton Beach. Brighton Beach is also mentioned: *In the song "Brighton" by Neil Sedaka about Brighton Beach *In a Rilo Kiley song "Close Call", in which the lyrics "''She was born on a Brighton pier to a gypsy mother and a bucket of tears...''" are sung

. *In a Little Brazil song "Brighton Beach", in which the lyrics, "''I first met her Brighton Beach back in 1973...''" are sung. *In two songs on gypsy punk band Gogol Bordello's album ''Multi Kontra Culti vs. Irony'': "Smarkatch" and "Let's Get Radical". *In the song "Brooklyn's Here" from the Tony Award-winning musical ''Newsies (Newsies (musical))'' *In the song "Brooklyn by the Sea" by Mort Shuman, who wrote many hits with Doc Pomus. *In the film ''25th Hour'' during Edward Norton's rant about New York City. *In the German soap opera Verbotene Liebe (Forbidden Love), when Christian Mann and Oliver Sabel return to Düsseldorf from New York. Christian claims to have learned a new recipe while in "Little Odessa". *In the film ''Mysterious Skin'' in the scene on Christmas Eve Klein officially retired from the store in 1994 and died on December 6, 2007, in New York City.


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about title About Russian Dolls Appearances *The Neil Simon play, ''Brighton Beach Memoirs'', which won two Tony awards in 1983, and its subsequent film adaptation, are both set against the backdrop of Brighton Beach in 1937. *The 1994 film ''Little Odessa'' is set in Brighton Beach. *In the 1996 film Maximum Risk, starring Jean-Claude Van Damme, the main character faces off against the Russian Mob

McCormick was taken to be beaten and raped in the 2004 film ''Mysterious Skin''. *In the 2005 film ''Lord of War'', the main character, Yuri Orlov, played by Nicolas Cage, lives in Brighton Beach. *In the 2007 crime drama ''We Own the Night (We Own the Night (film))'', the character Bobby Green, played by Joaquin Phoenix, is the manager of a nightclub in Brighton Beach. *In the 2008 video game ''Grand Theft Auto IV'', Brighton Beach is represented by the neighborhood


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. *In the 2000 novel ''Vector (Vector (novel))'' by Robin Cook (Robin Cook (novelist)), disillusioned former Russian biochemical worker Yuri Davydov develops weapons-grade Anthrax in the basement of his Brighton Beach home. *In the 2000 Russian crime film ''Brother 2'', Danila, the protagonist, comes to Brighton Beach from Russia. *In the songs "Xero Tolerance" and "Hey Pete" by Type O Negative, Brighton Beach is mentioned as the place where Pete is going to kill his

album. * Type O Negative refer to the '''D''' Train as the chosen transport to Brighton Beach, where lead singer Peter Steele will kill his girlfriend in their songs "Xero Tolerance (Slow, Deep and Hard)," "Hey Pete (The Origin of the Feces)", and "Kill You Tonight (The Origin of the Feces)". * It is also mentioned in a episode of Penguins of Madagascar called "Gone In A Flash" where the penguins go to rescue Maurice and have


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about title About Russian Dolls Appearances *The Neil Simon play, ''Brighton Beach Memoirs'', which won two Tony awards in 1983, and its subsequent film adaptation, are both set against the backdrop of Brighton Beach in 1937. *The 1994 film ''Little Odessa'' is set in Brighton Beach. *In the 1996 film Maximum Risk, starring Jean-Claude Van Damme, the main character faces off against the Russian Mob

McCormick was taken to be beaten and raped in the 2004 film ''Mysterious Skin''. *In the 2005 film ''Lord of War'', the main character, Yuri Orlov, played by Nicolas Cage, lives in Brighton Beach. *In the 2007 crime drama ''We Own the Night (We Own the Night (film))'', the character Bobby Green, played by Joaquin Phoenix, is the manager of a nightclub in Brighton Beach. *In the 2008 video game ''Grand Theft Auto IV'', Brighton Beach is represented by the neighborhood


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of the 19th century. The New York Times, April 4, 1888 Adjacent to the hotel, Engeman built the Brighton Beach Race Course for Thoroughbred horse racing. In December 1887, an extremely high tide washed over the area, creating a new, temporary connection between Sheepshead Bay and the ocean. Wrote the ''Brooklyn Daily Eagle'': "Unless Engeman is very lucky the next races on the Brighton Beach track will be conducted by the white crested horses


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'', covering local news, and freelancing for ''Playboy'' and ''Details (Details (magazine))'' magazine. Goad was unhappy with the content he was covering, and wishing to cover more fringe subjects the couple began publishing their own work. Internationalization The former Soviet Bloc's opening up to the world and the internationalization of its economy also gave the Russian mafia connections to other criminal organizations around the world such as the Chinese Triads (Triad society) or the Sicilian Cosa Nostra. Connections with Latin American drug cartels allowed the Russian mafia to import cocaine into the country. MSNBC- Russian mob trading arms for cocaine with Colombia rebels. Vyacheslav "Yaponchik" Ivankov was the first major ethnically Russian (Russians) organized crime figure prosecuted by the U.S. government, running his extortion operations out of Brighton Beach Brooklyn. FBI Official Website - Vyacheslav Kirillovich Ivankov. Russian organized crime has spread to many other countries as well including Israel, India, http: in.news.yahoo.com 248 20101109 1582 tnl-goa-sex-mafia-on-cocaine-coast.html Hungary, South Africa, Spain, BBC News - Spain raids 'major Russian gang' Thailand Foreign Mafia in Thailand Thomas Schmid, Thailand Law Forum and the United Kingdom. * The Tambov Gang (''Тамбовская банда'') of Saint Petersburg. Mark Galeotti, 'Profit and loss: Russian crime network faces business strain', ''Jane's Intelligence Review'', 27 April 2009 * The Potato Bag Gang, a manifestation of the '''Odessa Mafia''', Klein officially retired from the store in 1994 and died on December 6, 2007, in New York City.


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. *In a Little Brazil song "Brighton Beach", in which the lyrics, "''I first met her Brighton Beach back in 1973...''" are sung. *In two songs on gypsy punk band Gogol Bordello's album ''Multi Kontra Culti vs. Irony'': "Smarkatch" and "Let's Get Radical". *In the song "Brooklyn's Here" from the Tony Award-winning musical ''Newsies (Newsies (musical))'' *In the song "Brooklyn by the Sea" by Mort Shuman, who wrote many hits with Doc Pomus. *In the film ''25th Hour'' during Edward Norton's rant about New York City. *In the German soap opera Verbotene Liebe (Forbidden Love), when Christian Mann and Oliver Sabel return to Düsseldorf from New York. Christian claims to have learned a new recipe while in "Little Odessa". *In the film ''Mysterious Skin'' in the scene on Christmas Eve Klein officially retired from the store in 1994 and died on December 6, 2007, in New York City.


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(Brooklyn) Prospect Park (modern intersection of Flatbush (Flatbush Avenue (Brooklyn)) and Ocean Avenue (Ocean Avenue (Brooklyn))s and Empire Boulevard, now the Prospect Park station on both the renamed Brighton and the Franklin Ave. Shuttle lines) to Brighton Beach (modern Coney Island Avenue at the shoreline) on July 2, 1878 and the full original line on August 18. It was an excursion railroad — the Brooklyn, Flatbush and Coney Island Railway — to bring

Brighton Beach

'''Brighton Beach''' is an oceanside neighborhood in the southern portion of the New York City borough (Borough (New York City)) of Brooklyn, along the Coney Island peninsula. and as a summer destination for New York City residents due to its beaches along the Atlantic Ocean and its proximity to the amusement parks in Coney Island.

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