Street closures, subway route changes and parking bans are in store for New Year's Eve.
Lower Manhattan offers some fun alternatives for ringing in the New Year.
Despite more than a million midnight revelers, Times Square was mostly clean by New Year's Day.
One million people were expected to fill Times Square for the New Year's Eve celebration.
Jobs topped New Yorkers wish lists for the new year.
Police will be searching pocketbooks and deploying thousands of officers throughout Times Square.
The nearly 12,000 pound ball was raised and lowered above One Times Square in a run through of Friday's festivities.
From noisemakers to virtual glasses of champagne to clink at midnight, check out these New Year's Apps.
New Year's Eve can be a family-friendly event at some restaurants and venues throughout Manhattan.
A small army of workers and trucks spent Thursday morning plowing and hauling away huge piles of Midtown snow.
The Stoned Crow, an understated Greenwich Village dive bar, will close in early 2011.
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