If you don't want to celebrate, you don't have to. Here's how to handle it.
Get in the holiday spirit by donating or volunteering at these Bedford-Stuyvesant locations.
R&B singer Monifah Carter will join in the holiday festivities, which include a pop-up winter market.
Several places across the city offer special photo sessions with Santa.
Several Midtown streets will be closed from 3 p.m. until the end of the lighting ceremony on Wednesday.
Tree lightings are taking place at Metrotech Commons, Fort Greene Park and Pearl Street Triangle.
Get in the holiday spirit with these volunteering and donating opportunities this season.
The 13-foot tree's theme is drawn from the movie "Night at the Museum."
City Harvest's "Repackathon" readies the organization's food donations before the busy holiday season.
Mexican restaurant La Morada has a straightforward recipe for guacamole.
Take advantage of the lower population density in the city this week with quirky events around town.
The nonprofit Pantomonium company aims to bring holiday theater to underprivileged children.
Teens painted peaceful pleas on Kingston Avenue windows for a holiday anti-gun violence campaign.
Participants can decorate holiday cookies with the owner of Sugar Flower Cake Shop.
Five free musical performances will "bring holiday cheer" to locations across Midtown.
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