Central Harlem »

The storefronts tell the story of the Harlem Renaissance. 

East Village »

The newly restored light poles were unveiled in a ceremony on Thursday.

Long Island City »

The Spiked Mug Festival will take place Dec. 17 and 18, with drinks like spiked cider and mulled wine.

Greenwich Village »

See the Hip Hop Nutcracker, take a free fitness class or browse the Grand Central Holiday Fair.

Park Slope »

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

Sunnyside »

Hit up a Santa-themed bar crawl, attend a comic and sci-fi expo or check out the eats of Rockaway Beach.

Park Slope »

Check out a book festival, do yoga to house music, or take a winter tour of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.

Pleasant Plains »

Make some toys, shop holiday fairs, or watch a traditional tree lighting ceremony.

Midtown »

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

Midtown East »

This year's holiday windows feature pinball machines, reveling raccoons and "South Park" characters.

Times Square & Theater District »

While you wait, tune into a special #Ham4Ham performance on YouTube Thursday afternoon

Bed-Stuy »

The film follows "Scooter Joe" Willins and Ken Kaufman as they solved crimes in the 1970s and '80s.

Midtown »

The 84th Christmas tree lighting took place at Rockefeller Plaza on Wednesday night. 

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