This weekend New York City’s Department of Parks and Recreation sponsors its annual Winter Jam, including live entertainment, snowshoeing, and animal tracking demos. But don’t worry if you can’t make it to Central Park – there’s plenty of winter fun to be had in the five boroughs all season long.
While walking around outside may be harrowing, Winter Jam will be on this weekend.
Folks around the Tri-State Area got a strong taste of winter Tuesday, thanks to brisk winds and below-freezing temperatures, and the trend was expected to continue Wednesday.
The weather may have been bitterly cold Tuesday, but some people were still playing beach volleyball in the sand.
Once you’ve pushed yourself to brave the lower temperatures, you’ll find that Chicago does have some fun winter activities to offer.
It’s been a less than wintry December so far, but a Bergen County ski mountain is opening its doors this morning.
By afternoon, there were no major problems on the roadways. Subway, bus and rail service also was normal.
The storm system is the same one that dumped snow and sleet on the nation’s midsection and unleashed damaging tornadoes around the South.
New York City officials are urging New Yorkers still without heat since superstorm Sandy to relocate immediately, and they’ll help you find a new place to stay.
Winter is sneaking up on us and New Yorkers are looking to get cozy during the late autumn chill. From old faithfuls like spiked hot chocolates to fancy spiced mulled wines, here are a few warming cocktails.
Whether you despised or adored your mother’s version of this hearty meat-centric dish as a kid, meatloaf is an American tradition that will keep you warm and toasty when dining out this winter.
Use the fall to take preventative steps to ensure your house will weather the winter.
What classic rainy day activity is better than catching a flick? From theaters with full bars to the best spot for indie films, we’ve rounded up the top movie-viewing destinations in New York City.
We have barely had any snow this winter and while that has been a good thing for cities that didn’t have to spend money on cleanup, it’s been tough for those who make their money on winter.
What winter? It is windy outside, but who cares? With temps expected to reach 70 on March 8, who’s complaining?