Times Square Alliance
Business and tourism groups in New York City hope to benefit from an expected massive increase in street traffic in the days leading up to next year’s Super Bowl.
There was a countdown and cheering as the massive ball made its ascent. Well above the crossroads of the world, the ball featuring 32,256 LED lights will continue its light show throughout the new year.
When asked whether the unlucky number of 13 in the coming year was something to be concerned about, a resounding 97 percent of respondents answered, ‘who cares.’
The New Year’s confetti that blankets Times Square at the start of every year has been put to the test, and is now ready to go airborne.
Over the weekend, residents and restaurant owners on West 46th Street began noticing that nearly two dozen of the tree guards were gone.
There will be a memorial message on the marquis at the visitors center and a slideshow inside paying tribute to Clark and you can include your memories of “the world’s oldest teenager” by writing them on pieces of confetti.
New Yorkers might love to hate tourists in Times Square, but Tim Tompkins of Times Square Alliance says you should probably learn to love them.
The magical moment at midnight on New Year’s Eve with the confetti flying over Times Square doesn’t happen without some practice.
The Times Square Alliance and Countdown Entertainment invited people to the Crossroads of the World to shred, dump and pulverize their bad memories from this year on the fifth annual “Good Riddance Day.”
The Times Square Alliance says it’s intended to simplify and de-clutter — and create a unified identity for the heart of Times Square.
If you’re looking for an intimate setting to sit and chat in the middle of the Crossroads of the World, then you’re in luck.
New Yorkers and tourists may soon be able to wine and dine at the Broadway pedestrian plazas.
MTV’s plan to put “Jersey Shore” star Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi inside a ball to drop from the network’s Times Square headquarters has been dropped after an objection by the Times Square Alliance.
Nearly 100 businesses will donate money to the organization Stand Up To Cancer. When customers use Mastercard to make a purchase the businesses will donate one dollar for each transaction.