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Holidays

A Chelsea brownstone has put up a holiday tribute to Clement C. Moore, the man who allegedly wrote "Twas the night before Christmas" there.
If you're a responsible vaxxed citizen of this fine city, here are a bunch of suggestions for fun outdoor activities you could engage in safely over the next week and a half.
Dr. Celine Gounder, an infectious disease specialist at NYU and Bellevue Hospital, gives advice and explains what's known about the newly arrived omicron and the ever-present delta.
With the expectation of crowds, the area around the Rockefeller Center tree will once again become more pedestrian-friendly for the holidays — here's what you need to know about the tree lighting, regular tree viewing, and street closures.
COVID safety is all about layering on different types of protection. Here's how New Yorkers can approach the various options.
There are nearly 200 replicas of NYC landmarks, just made of leaves, bark, seeds, berries, acorns, and other bits of flora
They've got "over one million dazzling lights," and it will take you a soulful hour to navigate your way through it all.
The mayor's push to get people tested comes days after the city issued a health order that allows all city residents over 18 to qualify for boosters.
“Sheriff teams will be out in force as the holidays approach."
Twinkly lights and snow and giant Santas are now on display!
It's probably not haunted.
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