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Fort Greene »

From leaving it on the curb to hiring tree movers, here's how dispose of your Christmas tree this year.

Financial District »

On the 100th floor, at One World Observatory, two penguins strutted about for crowds of kids.

Long Island City »

Santa exists, at least on the city's public Wi-Fi network.

Park Slope »

In the city that never sleeps, there's plenty to do on Christmas Day.

Midtown »

Get gifts for everyone on your list at one of New York City's holiday markets.

Brooklyn Heights »

The lights will shine every night from 6 p.m. to 1 a.m. through Jan. 8 at 60 Furman St.

Midtown »

Our guide for parents on spreading holiday cheer and keeping the belief in St. Nick alive this December.

Midtown South »

The festive display includes a nightly radio sync-up with "All I Want for Christmas is You."

Williamsburg »

The creation is on show at the Museum of Food and Drink through the end of December.

Gramercy »

Revel in the holiday spirit with other carolers at these chipper musical events around the city.

Times Square & Theater District »

Six performances of "Bethlehem on Broadway" will take place throughout the day on Saturday, Dec. 17.

Upper East Side »

You don't need to leave your neighborhood to find the perfect Christmas tree.

Boerum Hill »

Forget the fruitcake. Here are six gifts for under $10 that all your friends and family will enjoy.

Midtown »

The pub crawl will kick off at the Flatiron Building pedestrian plaza, according to the event's website.

Upper West Side »

From upscale dining to comfort food, we've found options for dining out on Christmas.