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Holiday Guide 2015

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Need some Christmas gift ideas? Struggling to find eight presents for all eight nights of Hannukah? DNAinfo New York’s local reporters are in nearly every corner of the five boroughs, which is why we can deliver the skinny on celebrating the holidays in the city, filling you in on where to go for kid-friendly activities and events in your community, how you can give back locally through volunteerism or donations and the best gifts from the mom and pop shops in your neighborhood. 

Williamsburg »

If you're not celebrating or just want to go about your usual day, here are options for you.

Greenwich Village »

DNAinfo is here to help you find the perfect gifts for everyone without leaving the neighborhood.

Carroll Gardens »

Treat your friends and family to temporary tattoos, jerky-making classes and more.

Upper West Side »

From restaurants to grocery stores to movie theaters, plenty of places will stay open on Friday.

Jackson Heights »

Get all your holiday shopping done without even leaving the neighborhood.

Fort Greene »

Check out gift ideas from Thistle & Clover, Brewklyn Grind, Greenlight Bookstore and Green in Bklyn.

TriBeCa »

Get unique gifts from Lower Manhattan for your loved ones this holiday season.

Flatiron »

If you have trouble coming up with gift ideas, have no fear: DNAinfo New York is here.

Astoria »

Find the great gifts this season without even leaving the neighborhood.

Concourse »

Here are some gifts you can get for people from shops in the South Bronx this holiday season.

Lower East Side »

You can get plenty of gifts crossed off your list without leaving the neighborhood.

Central Harlem »

Plants, hot cocoa and historic photographs can all be found in local Harlem shops. 

Forest Hills »

Get your holiday gifts without leaving your neighborhood. 

Upper West Side »

Take a trip around the neighborhood with our guide in hand and get your shopping done in one swoop.