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Holiday Windows

Right after Thanksgiving, up through New Year's, the major department stores along 5th Avenue, and Macy's on Herald's Square dress up their windows in what has become one of the city's most popular strolls. It's a holiday tradition that you won't want to miss. The windows are beyond what you would imagine.

Don't Hold Your Breath for the New York Wheel

The Wheel is expected to begin construction in First Quarter, 2015. Read more at Wheel Delayed Again

New Years in New York

From the annual ball drop in Times Square and other celebrations throughout Manhattan to events in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island, New York City is the ideal spot to ring in 2015.

Brooklyn Trivia

Think you know Brooklyn? Read on and see... Facts About Brooklyn You May or May Not Know!

Check out Free New York City Attractions

Think you can't get something for free in New York City? Here are some of the wonderful and free tours and attractions available in New York City.

New York City Festivals

Every month New York City brims with festivals. Here's just one January highlight... New York Boat Show January 21-25, 2015
Yachts, fishing boats, kayaks—you’ll find them all at the New York Boat Show, a New York City institution for more than a century.

These are some of the most Popular New York City Festivals and Events


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