It may be the coldest time of year, but January boasts numerous events that make braving the blistery temperatures well worth it! In fact you won’t have to face the cold if you choose not to. There’s a lot to do inside, and of course there’s always shopping to be done and Broadway shows to be seen! The
It’s the biggest New Years Party in the world! World-wide superstar concerts, a ton of confetti, one million people celebrating in the streets, and the famous ball drop make Times Square the place to be on New Year’s. Last year’s performers included Taylor Swift, Justin Beiber, Neon Trees, and PSY to name a few and this year&rsquo
Glide gracefully (or maybe not so gracefully if it’s your first time) across the ice through the crisp winter air while marveling at your surroundings. As far as winter in the city goes, there isn’t anything quite so classic or more ‘New York’ than skating in the city during the holiday season.
New York has several