Just because Christmas is over doesn’t mean the holiday shopping season has to end.
In fact, sales after Dec. 25 are some of the best of the year, giving you an excuse to use some of those recently acquired holiday giftcards and cash on something special for yourself.
ABC Home & Carpet When: Dec. 26-Jan. 27 Shopping 411: ABC’s annual winter sale is the place to be for home-design... » more
Get ready for a stylish year ahead.
amNewYork was on hand at September's New York Fashion Week, which showcased the spring 2013 collections, to take note of trends sure to make their way into stores -- and, subsequently, New Yorkers' wardrobes -- this season.
Leaving strategic bits of skin exposed is creating one of the sexiest -- yet not overtly so -- trends... » more
The holiday season in New York has long been known as one of the best times of the year to enjoy the city. Whether you're in town for a few days or a New Yorker with the week off, here are some of the city's best holiday sights you simply can't miss.
Christmas TreeWhat: More than 30,000 LED lights decorate this 80-foot Norway spruce from Flanders, N.J., topped with... » more
Jo Murray, 44, of Marble Hill, has been a Big Apple Greeter since 1996, showing visitors often overlooked parts of our city. Murray took a beak from escorting outsiders around to give residents some tips on how to enjoy NYC in the week between Christmas and New Year’s Eve.
Q What do we feel like doing this week?
A A lot of people are Christmased out. You can see that great gingerbread... » more
The end of the year is a great time to be a movie lover in NYC. Multiplexes and art houses are filled with many of the year’s best movies, its top Oscar contenders. You could see a movie each day from now through New Year’s and barely scratch the surface.
But if you’re looking for a different sort of cinema fix, New York has plenty to offer as well. In that vein, we’ve compiled some of the... » more
The Christmas presents are almost unwrapped and couples are counting down to the time they can share their first kiss of 2013.
But that doesn't mean you can't have fun during the last days of 2012.
In fact, several businesses, especially those rebounding from Superstorm Sandy, have big events that will cure those post Christmas blues.
George Fertitta, the CEO of NYC & Company,... » more
While the rink at Rockefeller Center is a go-to spot for tourists and city slickers alike, there's plenty of other "cool" places around the five boroughs where you can lace up and get your ice skating fix.
1. Wollman Rink at Central Park, 830 Fifth Ave., 212-439-6900 Hours: Dec. 26-30, 10 a.m.-11 p.m.; Dec. 31, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.; Jan. 1, 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Admission: Holiday... » more
The season began so well for the Jets. Quarterback Mark Sanchez had the offense rolling in a demolition of the Buffalo Bills in Week 1. The promise of some Tim Tebow-led plays excited fans and media alike.
But things began to fall apart. The Jets lost star cornerback Darrelle Revis to a season-ending knee injury early in the season. Then they dropped five of their next six games. Players grumbled... » more
With fantasy championships this week, here are some players to consider starting and sitting to improve your title chances.
START Eric Decker (WR, Broncos) - He's been on fire lately, and should benefit from Demaryius Thomas stealing the defense's attention against the Browns. Tony Romo (QB, Cowboys) - Romo has been up and down all year, but a matchup against the Saints makes him a solid play... » more
For better or worse, every December is an adventure for Giants fans.
Since Eli Manning's first full year as the starting quarterback in 2005, the team hasn't won fewer than eight games in a season. Big Blue has earned five playoff appearances in that span, but this year marks the fourth in a row that the team won't know if it is playoff-bound until Week 17.
After a demoralizing 34-0... » more