Thursday, December 6, 2012

Holiday Decorations

Here's one of the nicer ones, on 71st Road, north side of Queens Blvd. Send me your holiday decoration photos and I'll post them ( email them to ). Indoors or out, it's all good. Maybe we'll even put them up for a vote for "Best of 2012." Happy Holidays!


  1. The 8th annual Columbus Circle Holiday Market is officially open now through December 24th. Walk a few blocks north from Griffin Court into a winter wonderland on the edge of Central Park South. Grab a cup of hot cocoa from one of the local food vendors and meander through over 100 booths, each offering a wide variety of unique and handmade gifts.

    1. Drake, you should delete this Chelsea spammer.

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    2. The last I heard Forest Hills was part of New York City, the same city that Columbus Circle is in. If they want to tell my readers about a charming place to do holiday shopping that is just a short subway ride away, I don't see the problem with it. What's wrong with a little competition? And if Forest Hills retailers are so concerned about this, they should step up their game. The last I heard, Edge of the City Blog was not a blog in communist China or some other place where freedom of speech was curtailed, but in the US of A.