November 2006

Holiday12 Nov 2006 09:40 am

by Chris Hale
12 Nov 2006

   The annual Holiday Fair known as the Fêtes de Noël is held at Bryant Park, behind the New York City Public library, and runs from November 18th thru December 31st. All sorts of goodies and gifts are to be found at the various holiday shops that are set up throughout the park. This outdoor market place is the perfect way to get all your holiday shopping completed with unique gifts and it doesn’t get as crowded as the malls do. There’s over 100 shops lined up in a European-style for you to browse through for that special gift. The pond in Bryant Park is the centerpiece attraction for all you holiday skaters to enjoy while shoppers visit the booths set up around the pond to find the hidden treasures in this winter wonderland setting. Admission is free including your skating experience on the pond. Bryant Park is located at 42nd Street and Sixth Ave. Call for more information: 866-221-5157



Broadway Shows10 Nov 2006 03:29 pm

Cast Notes:


Length of Show:
2 hrs 15 mins., 1 Intermission

Started Previews:
November 16, 2006

Opening Night:
December 10, 2006

January 18, 2009

Official Website:

At This Theatre:
Eugene O’Neill Theatre
230 West 49th Street (between Broadway and 8th Avenue)
New York, NY 10019





Holiday04 Nov 2006 10:09 am

By Chris Hale
4 Nov 2006

   During the holiday season, Grand Central Terminal puts on a free laser light holiday show complete with music on the massive Sky Ceiling of the Main Concourse about every half hour for the many travelers to enjoy in this masterpiece of a landmark. There’s about eight different laser light shows to watch for on the ceiling’s fantastic mural of zodiac figures. The tradition began in 1999 and can be viewed beginning at 11:00 am from November 30th thru January 1st.
   In addition, Grand Central Terminal holds an annual holiday fair in the grand space of Vanderbilt Hall where dozens of vendors sell hundreds of unusual collectibles, apparel, crafts, toys, and unique gifts for your holiday shopping fun. The fair runs from about November 19th thru December 29th.
   Another free event at this famed terminal can be found at the New York Transit Museum Gallery Annex where you can view their annual holiday train show complete with miniature models of New York City landmarks decorated for the holidays including a miniature Grand Central Terminal! This event runs from November 19th thru January 13th.  
   Grand Central Terminal has over 100 shops and restaurants that can also help out with your holiday shopping list. When you are in the Main Concourse you can pick up a map/directory of Grand Central at the I Love New York information window.  
   Grand Central Terminal is located on 42nd Street and Park Avenue.