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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. 

Morningside Heights »

The holiday is just around the corner — here's how to make the most of it.

Midtown »

Here are some shows happening around the city in case you want to ring in the New Year with live music. 

Midtown »

Make your life easier by checking out our list of top websites to shop for Cyber Monday deals. 

Midtown »

Here's how to enjoy the holiday season without losing your New Yorkerness.

Midtown »

Experts offer their advice on where and how to shop during Black Friday.

Upper West Side »

There are heaps of restaurants that will be open and serving gourmet feasts on turkey day. 

Upper West Side »

Here's where to go to see the 89th annual parade come to life.

Midtown »

Let DNAinfo New York guide you through the season of giving.

Midtown »

Love Thanksgiving food but hate preparing it? These NYC restaurants are here to help.

Belmont »

For many bakeries in the city, Thanksgiving shifts more pies from shelf to mouth than any other time.

Midtown »

Seasonal ice skating rinks are opening for business around NYC. Here's where and when to get in on it.

Concourse »

How you can lend a helping hand, sorted by the kind of work you like doing.

Union Square »

Holiday season is upon us and the accompanying markets are setting up. Here's when to visit.

Kew Gardens »

The market will be held on Nov. 15 on the patio of Austin’s Ale House.