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October 2016

NY Television Festival

October 24 - October 29
Berlin, Germany - February 08, 2015: People  watching the red carpet walk during 65th Berlinale International Film Festival at Berlinale Palace

NY Television Festival is New York City’s premier event for all things TV. The festival celebrates the current golden age of television through a series of screenings, happy hours, panel discussions and other events. It also serves as a way for up-and-coming artists, who have submitted their best project ideas to industry executives, to gain traction and exposure. Stay tuned for event ticket information which will soon be available here. Book here to stay with the Duane Street Hotel during…

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Halloween in Central Park

October 30
Two boys in the park with Halloween costumes, having fun

Bring your best costume and a carved pumpkin to New York City’s biggest Halloween party. A day of live music, ghost stories, festive food and craft workshops culminates with the pumpkin flotilla—a floating display of lit pumpkins that sails across the Harlem Meer at nightfall. No tickets are necessary to attend this event. Book here to stay with the Duane Street Hotel during Halloween in Central Park. For more information, check out the event website here. When October 30, 2016…

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November 2016

NY Comedy Festival

November 1 - November 6
Couple and other people, probably friends, in cinema watching a movie, it seems to be a funny movie

13 years running, NY Comedy Festival is New York City’s comedy event of the year. Stand-up, sketch routines and panel discussions take the stage at some of Manhattan’s most famous venues. A collection of stars new and old like Billy Crystal, Amy Schumer and Trevor Noah provide the laughs at this can’t-miss festival. Tickets go on sale this month, so stay tuned here. Book here to stay with the Duane Street Hotel during NY Comedy Festival. For more information, check…

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America’s Parade

November 11
Soldiers feet in desert camouflage military uniform in rest position

The country’s largest Veteran’s Day parade, America’s Parade is a celebration of service. The event will honor veterans who served the United States and salute the troops who continue to do so. This year’s parade holds special significance to New York, as it will commemorate the 15th anniversary of 9/11. The parade route begins at Madison Square Park and continues just over a mile north on 5th Avenue to 52nd Street. Admission to attend the parade is free. Book here…

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Radio City Christmas Spectacular

November 11, 2016 - January 2, 2017
New York City, New York, USA - December 22, 2015. Christmas decorations at Rockefeller Center (view from 6th Avenue and 50th Street).

The Radio City Christmas Spectacular is an annual holiday event held at one of Manhattan’s most iconic venues in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. The music and dance ensemble is 90-minutes long and stars a legendary women’s dance group—The Rockettes. The show is a New York City tradition dating back to 1933 and is a sure bet to sell out, so grab your tickets here to ensure your place at one of the year’s most extravagant Christmas performances.   Book…

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Union Square Holiday Market

November 17 - December 24
holidays, winter, christmas, technology and people concept - happy couple of tourists in warm clothes with tablet pc computer pointing finger in old town

One of the most recognizable holiday markets in the world, Union Square Holiday Market turns one of NYC’s busiest squares into a winter wonderland. The block is brimming with seasonal food favorites like eggnog, warm cookies, cider and cinnamon donuts, as well as winter crafts and clothes from local artisans. Enjoy the sound of live music and the scent of homemade candles and soap as you make your way through this merry meeting place. Book here to stay with the…

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NYC Autumn Wine Festival

November 19
Red wine is poured from bottle to glass, wooden background

NYC Autumn Wine Festival is an annual wine tasting in Midtown, Manhattan featuring over 175 wines from around the globe. Breathe in the rich smell of fall reds and sample world class white varietals over the smooth sound of live jazz. You’re bound to work up an appetite, so take advantage of the complimentary charcuterie boards featuring tasty meats and cheeses. General Admission tickets go for $9,9 but for double that you can go VIP—which includes access to an exclusive…

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The Nutcracker

November 25 - December 31
Legs dancers on pointe, near the choreographic training machine.

Back for its annual winter run, The Nutcracker is one of the must-see holiday events in the city. With a legendary musical score written in 1892 and its first New York performance dating back to 1954, the show is a true classic. Over 90 New York City Ballet dancers perform George Balanchine’s version and transform the stage into a magical winter wonderland. Tickets start at $35, but get them soon as they are certain to sell out. Book here to…

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Rockefeller Center Tree Lighting

November 30
The Christmas Tree in Rockefeller Plaza in New York City

The lighting of the tree in Rockefeller Center is a symbolic gesture that the holiday season has begun in NYC. Thousands flock to the heart of the popular Midtown attraction to celebrate as world renowned artists sing, dance and skate in the new season. The event is free for the public to attend, but you’ll certainly want to arrive early, as the square becomes quite crowded due to the popularity of the event. The lighting will take place from 7-9pm…

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December 2016

Latke Festival

December 19
Homemade Traditional Potato Pancake Latke on a Background

Latke Festival is an annual celebration of the best latkes and creative potato pancakes in NYC. This year’s event will take place in the historic Brooklyn Museum where you and a panel of celebrity judges will decide who cooks the best latke in the city. As if you needed any more incentive to attend, last year’s winner was an applewood-smoked duck confit latke. Get early bird tickets by September 30th for $55, before they jump to $70. Or go with…

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