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By Jonathan Eiseman

Your Photos: The Best Holiday Lights

Share photos of your holiday light displays and we might share them on air. Plus,... See Full Gallery

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ConEdison Solutions

ConEdison Solutions

Share photos of your holiday light displays and we might share them on air. Plus, you could win free electricity for two months from Con Edison Solutions. Submit your photos through tips@nbcnewyork.com. See...

Jan 3, 2011

Tis the Season: Watch the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Live!

Tis the Season: Watch the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Live!

Share photos of your holiday light displays and we might share them on air. Plus, you could win free electricity for two months from Con Edison Solutions. Submit your photos through tips@nbcnewyork.com. See...

Nov 9, 2010
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By Greg Janda

Holiday Shopping Guide: Gifts for Greenies

Don't let the tree be the only thing green during this holiday season. Check out... See Full Gallery

Jun 30, 2011
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By James Jung

25 Gifts for the Urban Athlete

From shag-carpeted skateboards to durable bikes, we bring you the 25 best... See Full Gallery

Jun 30, 2011
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By Billy Gray

25 Gifts for the Social Media Junkie

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Dec 16, 2010

Time Lapse Video of the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Going Up

Time Lapse Video of the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Going Up

From an empty skating rink to a fully lit tree, watch the majesty of our favorite Norway Spruce come to life -- in just over a minute!

Dec 3, 2010

LI House Takes Christmas Decor to a New Level

LI House Takes Christmas Decor to a New Level

Left under Growth Richter's holiday tree this past Wednesday were two summonses from the Village of Lindenhurst, claiming her Christmas display was in violation of village codes.

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