During the time between Christmas and New Year's, even the strongest among us want to get out of the city and run for the hills. I do not blame you, my comrades, but for those of you who can't manage that, not all hope is lost.
When Time Out discovered us... next thing you know there were 10,000 Santa's. The name and the meaning changed. When I told Sandra, Santacon is now known as a Santa Convention, she was mortified.
Once you get past the initial embarrassment of walking out of your apartment in a Santa Claus suit for the first time, and you get a "Hi Santa!" from a similarly clad New Yorker, the day gets progressively more magical.
I look left. I look right. Curiously, the carol isn't coming from a car stereo. Or a store. I'm not Dorothy, but I stare at my shoes; will Santa and his sleigh go away if I click my bronze MBTs three times?
Slaving over a hot stove for days doesn't seem like such a joyous way to spend your Christmas, does it? Instead, let these NYC restaurants do the work...
Members of the Friends Committee of New Yorkers for Children helped wrap presents for children in foster care at the non-profit's ninth annual "Wrap to Rap" event, held this year at the Ainsworth.
While the holidays can create a happy sort of stress, no one looks forward to the barrage of email blasts, pop-up ads, tweets, commercials, magazi...