CES 2015 January 6-9 at the Las Vegas Convention Center is the pinnacle of all electronics showcases for the year! StartUps and Fortune 500 companies from far and wide come together to debut new products, demo updates and upgrades as well as flaunt whatever amazing consumer technology they have been working on for the past year or in some cases years. If you ever have the opportunity to go, do not pass it up, get to CES and join more than 150,000 people who flock to Vegas for those 4 excitement packed days to attend the Consumer Electronics Show.
If you are anywhere in the Boston area and want to go skiing in New Hampshire, there is nothing more frustrating than not knowing how to get there! I have just finished planning out a Boston to Loon Mountain bus trip and am about to share with you exactly how it’s done.
I live in the city and don’t own a car that I can on a whim take from Boston to Loon Mountain, and I am quite fond of car-free lifestyle I have maintained for the past few years. Buying bus tickets from time to time ends up being so much cheaper and more convenient than all the expensive and headaches that go along with car ownership in the city. I would imagine if you are reading this article about taking a Boston to Loon Mountain bus, you are a city dweller yourself!
One of the perks of being in New York City during the holiday season is the ample opportunity to stumble into a picturesque scene that would do well printed on the front side of a Christmas postcard. There are holiday markets all over the city, and they are all fantastically spirited with festive tunes, hot chocolate, and Christmas vendors; but I am here to point you in the direction of the best of the best, so you don’t miss out on any holiday fun.
The Columbus Circle Holiday Market
I lived next to this market last year, so it was not a rarity to find me trolling the vendors, deciding what to get for my family for Christmas before heading home. From December 2nd to December 24th, the market will open up again on 59th and Central Park West, right at the edge of the the southwest entrance of the park. Eat at the food tents (they give plenty of samples!) and shop at the designer and artisan vendors.
(I recommend the thickest most chocolatey hot chocolate ever from the vendor “No Chewing Allowed” — as seen on right.)
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The Holiday season crept up on us! Within the next week, it will be in full swing, and cities all over the nation will be shine in their spectacular Christmas spirit when the tree lighting ceremonies take place. These traditions bring people together for lights, music, food, and a merry time had by all.
Faneuil Hall Tree Lighting Ceremony
On Saturday, November 22, the annual tree lighting ceremony will take place between 8 and 9pm on the Quincy Market Colonnade. When the switch is flipped, more than 30,000 lights will cover the 80-foot tree (the tallest in the northeast)! And along with this, Faneuil Hall will be bedazzled throughout in lights as part of the 3rd annual Blink! music and light shows that will continue through Jan 4th.