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tis the season to be…..cold! Oh, it’s cold, but it’s so beautiful in the city! You have to come to New York City this time of year, as it is magical! Us New Yorkers are picking live fir trees, wreaths … Continue reading
holiday time and New York City windows…well, they just go together! Enjoy these spectacular windows for the 2017 festive season.
Today is Thanksgiving and what would Thanksgiving be without the 91st Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade!? Some statistics – 8000 participants, 12 marching bands encompassing 2, 585 members, 2.5 miles parade route, 77 feet is the length of the longest balloon, … Continue reading
Veterans Day – the annual parade in a very, very chilly NYC today! Celebrating, honoring and remembering those who protect, served and have served our country. Thank You……..Thank You.
The TCS New York City Marathon happens the first week in November every year. This week in NYC has been a tough one, with the shock of the terror attack on the west side bike path on Halloween. But us … Continue reading
Dia de los Muertos a.k.a Mexican Day of the Dead : Is for Prayer and remembrance of friends and family members who have died. Colorful and beautiful creations of altars are made to remember the dead. Lighting a candle and laying … Continue reading
Governors Island: is a 172-acre island in New York Harbor, approximately 800 yards from the southern tip of Manhattan Island and separated from Brooklyn by Buttermilk Channel, approximately 400 yards. For most of its history, Governors Island was a full-service … Continue reading