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After two years of celebrating virtually, the 16th annual Dance Parade returned to in-person festivities this year.
The new event will join the ranks of the St. Patrick's and Puerto Rican Day parades.
The 150-year-old tradition made its glorious return to Fifth Avenue Sunday.
After a pandemic pause for two years, thousands of revelers, including Mayor Eric Adams, came back to celebrate.
"I've wanted to come to the Thanksgiving Day Parade ever since I saw that movie Spider-Man."
While some cheered, others were critical of the parade: "This is how they show us they have love for us? Are you serious? We still have to pay the bills."
The NYPD has announced plans for heavy security and a heightened police presence at the annual J’Ouvert celebration.
Wet weather turned Holi's colored powders into paint.
The parade happened a day early this year.
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Baby Trump is crawling toward New York City.
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