By Raanan Geberer
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
For many years, there were two kinds of waterfronts in Brooklyn. The first kind was the one that the whole world seemed to know: the Coney Island shoreline, with its rides, beaches, fast-food stands, games of chance, and at one time, hotels and dance halls. For those who wanted a quieter experience, one only had to walk a short distance to Brighton Beach or Manhattan Beach to experience “Coney Island Lite.” But it was still all part of the same beach.