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Thousands of drunken Santas, elves and snowmen descended on the streets of New York City.
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"We in New York City have decided to use a pre-emptive strike to really do something bold to stop the further growth of COVID and the dangers it's causing to all of us."
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Thanksgiving Day Parade in NYC
There are 15 giant character balloons, 28 floats, 36 novelty and heritage inflatables, 800-plus clowns, 10 marching bands, nine performance groups.
Breakdancing opera singer makes Met Opera debut
Jakub Józef Orliński will be featured in the new opera "Eurydice" by young composer Matthew Aucoin which is set to premiere Tuesday, Nov. 23.
Famous shop unveils 'madcap' holiday windows in New York
Iconic New York store Bergdorf Goodman unveiled its annual holiday windows on Thursday evening
Wagner's epic 'Die Meistersinger' electrifies the Met
The Metropolitan Opera in New York stages the longest opera in the repertoire and also marks the triumphant return of Maestro Antonio Pappano to its podium for the first time in nearly 25 years.
Frida Kahlo portrait smashes auction records at €30.8 million
Kahlo's last ever portrait, 'Diego and I', is now the most expensive Latin American art of all time after the sale took place at Sotheby's, New York.
Post-pandemic art market to reach new zenith with in-person auctions
With sales starting on November 15, estimates are to bring in more than $1 billion (over €868m) in a week.
6 amazing city breaks to go on as the US opens its borders
North American borders open today on 8 November 2021, so here are the six best cities you can visit and everything you need to know.
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Rising sea levels pose a risk to cities like New York, says expert
Professor Anders Levermann explains why rising sea levels caused by climate change pose such a risk.
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The Archbishop of New York kicked off the holiday season Tuesday by blessing the animals that will be featured in the Radio City Music Hall's live Nativity scene
New York's Halloween parade returns
New York's Halloween parade returns after a hiatus due the Covid pandemic. Thousands of people in costumes filled up the streets of Manhattan
Cute dog overload at this New York Halloween parade
The 31st annual Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade takes place in New York’s Lower East Side.
Sculpture 'shushes' toward NYC skyline
The artist, Jaume Plensa from Barcelona, Spain, says he intends for the sculpture to inspire silent contemplation of nature and the world.
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New glass observation deck opens to public in NYC
Summit One Vanderbilt is a brand new observation deck in Manhattan, offering tourists and residents alike an unprecedented view of New York City.
Pig-to-human transplants move a step closer to reality
A team in New York successfully completed a three day experimental transplant of a pig kidney to a brain-dead patient.
New York Comic Con is back for its first in-person event since 2019
New York Comic Con has returned following a virtual event last year due to the coronavirus pandemic. Fans were back Friday (08 OCT. 2021) at the Jacob Javits Center for the comic book culture festival.