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Cool events in Brooklyn from Dec 9 to Dec 13, 2009.
If I would pick one single point in time that manifests that Christmas is here it would be the lighting of the big christmas tree at Rockefeller Center.
Fourteen yarn stores in New York City will be hosting the first NYC Yarn Crawl this weekend, October 9 – 12, for the purpose of encouraging New Yorkers to explore the city’s yarn shops and promoting the needle arts.
After a 4-year break, VH1 Divas is back. NYPost catches up with Miley Cyrus, Kelly Clarkson and more of pop music’s most talented female artists.
New York City has several boutiques that offer exceptional, hand-made chocolate, many of them can only be found here in the city. They also have cafes, chocolate events and factories where you can watch how these gourmet treats are being made. A box of luxury, fine chocolate is the perfect gift for a special occasion like Mothers Day or Valentines.
It all began in 1973. Since then the weekend after Mothers Days have become favorite weekend for New Yorkers. All because of The 9th Avenue International Food Festival & Street Fair.
More than a million people visit the festival each year.
It’s unique and amazing, celebrating the joys of ethnicity through food, entertainment and every kind of street fair stall.
When: May 16-17, 2009
Where: Ninth Avenue from 37th Street to 57th Street
Cool Easter bonnets from last years parade.
Today is the 2009 Unemployment Olympics. @1:30 PM in Tompkins Square Park.
Januari 26th means New Year in China. This traditionally marks the start of 15 days of festivities, this year ranging from january 26th to 9 february.
If you want to participate in the celebrations in New York. Check out these great resources:
Chinese New Year guide …