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Friday, December 5, 2014

News from The New York Landmarks Conservancy: Celebrating Winter Holidays in New York Our Coverage Sponsored by Stribling and Associates

Winter Holidays in New York

"City sidewalks, busy sidewalks, dressed in holiday style." 
- Silver Bells, composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans

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Whom You Know Congratulates their new President, Elizabeth Ann Stribling-Kivlan:

In New York, wonderful landmarks surround us each and every day. From the iconic buildings that define the City’s spectacular skyline to the diverse neighborhoods where we live, work, and play, we’re blessed with a richness of unparalleled architectural heritage.

To help celebrate these magnificent New York landmarks, the Conservancy highlights various building functions and styles each month.

In December, in observance of the year-end holidays, the Conservancy will showcase the landmarks where we enjoy the enchanting sights and sounds of the season.

Carnegie Hall … The Plaza … Central Park … Grand Central … the New York Botanical Garden … the Cloisters … BAM … Rockefeller Center … the Bronx Zoo … the list goes on and on!

Through our Mystery Landmark competition and Tourist In Your Own Town video series, we will explore some of the City’s most magical holiday sites. We’ll create a Facebook album with some historic photos from our archives for you to enjoy. Feel free to send us your favorite seasonal pictures and we will post them too!

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