- Commoners can enter Gramercy Park on Christmas Eve to hear holiday caroling. [TONY]
- Not surprisingly, a food hall called the Pennsy is opening next month above Penn Station. [Gothamist]
- Here’s what Christmas would cost you in 1932. [NYP]
- All the apartments in the Christmas movie “Elf” are pretty incredible. [Brick Underground]
- Starbucks rules in Manhattan, but Dunkin Donuts is the most popular chain in the outer boroughs. [NYO]
- What Diane von Furstenberg has to say about the changing Meatpacking District. [DNAinfo]
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