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Morning Brief: December 26

by Jeff Coltin
inside a movie theater

ljguitar, flickr

What better day to kick back and watch a movie than the cloudy day after Christmas?  As usual, lots of films in the busy Christmas season are set in New York City, including American Hustle, Anchorman 2, Inside Llewyn Davis as well as The Secret Life of Walter Mitty andThe Wolf of Wall Street, which were just released yesterday.

Afternoon Brief: December 23

by Jeff Coltin
Santas in Grand Central

Bennett 4 Senate, flickr

Today’s the last day to responsibly shop for Christmas gifts.  If you really want to get in the Christmas spirit, hit up the Union Square or Grand Central holiday fairs.  Tomorrow is their last day open.

Outdoor Holiday Markets Provide Added Options for Shoppers

by Connor Ryan
Holiday market.

feministjulie, Flickr

Amid the increasingly long lines of New York City department stores, mobile holiday markets have once again popped up in Union Square, Columbus Circle, Bryant Park and Grand Central Terminal. Each of the outdoor markets, except at Grand Central, houses over 100 vendors and provides consumers with added opportunities to find that perfect stocking-stuffer.

Holiday Markets' Hours of Operations and Locations

Bryant Park

Monday to Friday, 11 a.m. until 8 p.m.

Saturday, 10 a.m. until 9 p.m.

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