Living in New York City and need a last minute Valentine's Day plan? Our Elf Squad has put together a timeless list of ways you can show your sweetie how much you care.
When was the last time you treated yourself to a nice night out? For everyone in New York, now is the perfect time for dinner and a show, or even lunch and a matinee. From January 21, 2020 to February 9, 2020, NYC will be hosting the Winter 2020 editions of both Restaurant Week and Broadway Week. Read our blog to find out some things to do.
Christmas may be over but there are still several things to do in New York that will keep you in the holiday spirit! Read on to learn about North America’s largest lantern festival, two Holiday train exhibits, a famously festive restaurant, and one totally unique ice experience...
According to legend, there is an old German tradition to hide a small glass blown pickle ornament on your tree the night before Christmas. Come Christmas morning, the first child to spot the pickle receives a special treat - either an extra gift or the distinction of opening the very first gift of the day. While its true origin is not really known, the history of this tradition is still quite interesting
Believe it or not, the origin of Christmas lights actually dates back far before the invention of electricity. In 17th Century Germany, people started decorating their homes with candles to celebrate the holidays. Despite the dangers of covering wooden houses & flammable trees with open flames, the tradition caught on.