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Holiday Guide 2014

About this Guide

DNAinfo New York’s local reporters are in nearly every corner of the five boroughs. That’s why we can deliver the best intel on celebrating the holidays in the city with the skinny on where to go for community holiday events and how you can give back locally through volunteerism or donations. Along with a roundup of finds from holiday markets around the city, an interactive quiz will help readers determine where to buy the perfect gift for everyone from mom to the coworker they were assigned for Secret Santa, with unique gift selections from small local businesses. 

Midtown East »

New York City's holiday markets are open at Bryant Park, Columbus Circle, Union Square and elsewhere.

TriBeCa »

Several places across the city offer special photo sessions with Santa.

Bed-Stuy »

Community groups from Bedford-Stuyvesant to Bay Ridge have holiday events set for this month.

Lower East Side »

Jumpsuits, elegant skirts and long-sleeve dresses are some outfits that look good and keep you warm.

SoHo »

The city is full of events during the holidays, including a train show and a giant gingerbread village.

Midtown »

We've compiled some tips for squeezing the best deals out of your Cyber Monday shopping.

TriBeCa »

From big box retailers to boutiques, there's no shortage of sales on the year's craziest shopping day.

TriBeCa »

Get in the holiday spirit with these volunteering and donating opportunities this season.