Time Out New York Shares Top Things To Do In NYC This Holiday WeekendWhether you're entertaining family and friends, or you're on your own this holiday, there are plenty of things to do this weekend in New York City.
Black Friday Shoppers Back In Person This Year, Despite Higher PricesIt's beginning to look a lot like... 2019, as businesses are expected to welcome more than 158 million shoppers for Black Friday weekend. 
Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade Brings Holiday Magic Back To Streets Of New York CityLast year's parade was scaled back significantly because of the pandemic, but Thursday it returned in a big way.
Nonprofit Volunteers Make Sure Brooklyn Residents Impacted By Devastating Fire Have Thanksgiving To RememberVolunteers from Masbia told CBS2 Thursday they wanted to give residents at 222 Lenox Road something to get excited about.
On Thanksgiving, Don't Forget To Give Thanks To Those Who Had To Work, Especially First Responders, Doctors, Restaurant WorkersWhile many had Thanksgiving off to celebrate the day with family, there were plenty of people who had to work.
Citymeals On Wheelers Once Again Comes Through For The Needy On ThanksgivingThis Thanksgiving, many people depended on the kindness of strangers.
PHOTO GALLERY: 95th Annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade Marches Through ManhattanThe holiday tradition returned with spectators this year, after being scaled back in 2020 because of the pandemic.
Garden City Turkey Trot Returns This Thanksgiving On Long IslandA beloved tradition returned this Thanksgiving to the streets of Garden City.
Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade Balloon Inflation Celebration Returns On Upper West SideThe balloon inflation is an amazing way to get a sneak peek before the crowds pack the parade route.
Streets Around Rockefeller Center Will Close To Traffic For Holiday SeasonWith more people expected to enjoy the holiday season in Manhattan this year, the city is moving to make the streets around Rockefeller Center more visitor friendly.
Celebrating 'Thanksgivukah': Jewish Americans Looking Forward To Extra Time With Loved Ones During Back-To-Back HolidaysThis year, Chanukah falls right after Thanksgiving, which means Jewish Americans will go from turkey to Black Friday and back again to having family around the table on Sunday.