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Rockefeller Center

Rockefeller Center
Rockefeller Center is an expanse of 19 buildings on 22 acres in the center of Midtown Manhattan. The National Historic Landmark is spread between 48th and 51st Streets, and Fifth Avenue to Seventh Avenue. A popular destination is Top Of The Rock, a rooftop observation deck that provides unobstructed views of the surrounding area. (Photo AP)
Rockefeller Center is an expanse of 19 buildings on 22 acres in the center of Midtown Manhattan. The National Historic Landmark is spread between 48th and 51st Streets, and Fifth Avenue to Seventh Avenue. A popular destination is Top Of The Rock, a rooftop observation deck that provides unobstructed views of the surrounding area. (Photo AP) « Show less

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  • Late-night hosts give their staffs a hand

    Late-night hosts give their staffs a hand
    NEW YORK -- Count Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert among the late-night hosts looking out for their sidelined crews during the writers strike. The hosts of "The Daily Show" and "The Colbert Report" have quietly worked with Comedy Central to ensure that...
  • Christie's to sell art from Robert Shapazian estate; Huntington to receive an early Warhol [updated]

     
    Robert Shapazian, who died earlier this year at age 67, was not your usual art dealer. Although he was the founding director of Gagosian in Beverly Hills, he had a PhD in English literature from Harvard. He was openly nostalgic......
  • The Times and Japan-bashing

    If you haven't been following our Dust-Up on China engagement with Joseph Farah and Andrés Martinez, here's a sample from Tuesday's exchange. Said Farah: I'm a fan of imports from Japan, South Korea and Taiwan. I think most Americans are. These countries...
  • Conn. Spruce To Be Next Rockefeller Christmas Tree

    Conn. Spruce To Be Next Rockefeller Christmas Tree
    From a quiet Connecticut suburb to the hustle and bustle of New York City, a 76-foot Norway spruce will become this year's Rockefeller Center Christmas tree. Crews were hard at work Wednesday, cutting down the 10-ton tree in the Easton yard of school...
  • Top attractions to see on your NYC family vacation

    Top attractions to see on your NYC family vacation
    Must-see sites Taking the kids to the Big Apple may seem like a daunting task, but New York is actually one of America's best cities for a family vacation. Almost every child knows something about New York from movies, books and television. This...
  • Owners: $5.4B Stuyvestant Town To Go To Creditors

    Owners: $5.4B Stuyvestant Town To Go To Creditors
    The financially troubled owners of two massive apartment complexes that sold for a record $5.4 billion a few years ago said Monday they're turning them over to their creditors. The joint venture ownership team led by Tishman Speyer Properties and...
  • Schedule of 9/11 Events in New York City

    Official World Trade Center Site Memorial Ceremony and Remembrance 2010 The official New York City observance of the anniversary of 9/11 will take place at the World Trade Center site on the morning of Saturday, September 11th, 2010. As always, four...
  • Angry rhetoric and big fines on first day of strike

    The New York City transit strike entered its second day Wednesday as lawyers for the city and state looked to the courts to dole out more punishment against union leaders, and commuters piled into cabs and walked the streets in the blistering cold. New...
  • Looking for a Grand Old Party?

    They don't call it the Grand Old Party for nothing. Plans for hundreds of parties are under way in the days leading up to and during the Republican National Convention. The hottest ticket looks to be the joint California-New York delegations shindig...
  • Tracing the roots of democracy in N.Y.

    When I planned my first trip to New York City — so long ago that one of the biggest-selling guidebooks was titled "New York on $5 a Day" — I read that this was the only city besides Washington where the president could visit and most residents...
  • Strike's end relieves pressure on Pataki

    Until the moment that the transit strike was declared over, pressure seemed to be building on Gov. George Pataki from both sides of the dispute. From the political right, a taxpayer activist said Pataki had been part of a state leadership that for...
  • Editor's wife rented to 2 suspects, FBI says

    In a strange twist, the FBI said Sunday that the wife of the editor of the tabloid newspaper where anthrax has been discovered rented apartments in Delray Beach, Fla., to two men suspected of crashing a hijacked jetliner into the World Trade Center on...