Don’t miss your chance this week to get up close to the giant “2” and “0” numerals that will top
Photograph by Yuliya Skya Courtesy of House of Yes It is almost time to ring in the New Year! If
Take a picture with the "1" and "9" pieces of the 2019 New Year's Eve sign in Times Square Plaza!
The Times Square Ball Drop is one of the most anticipated events in NYC— but it's no easy feat to clean up the amount of refuse left over from the festivities.
The New Year's Eve Times Square ball has evolved significantly since its 1907 debut, paralleling U.S. industry itself. Here's how it has changed over the years.
Though millions watch the Times Square New Year's Eve ball drop, few know the history behind it. Here are some interesting secrets we've uncovered.
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New Year's Eve is just around the corner, and Times Square is currently being prepped for the occasion. The giant "1" and "8" of the "2018" sign has arrived!
To kick off the new year, we sought out some of the most unique, quirky and exciting New Year's Eve activities taking place across the five boroughs.
The original Centennial ball from the 2007 Times Square New Year's Eve countdown seen up close and personal at Ripley's Believe it or Not on 42nd Street.