For fans of "Home Alone 2," "Dash & Lily," "Miracle on 34th Street," and "Elf," this walking tour of NYC will have you singing loud for all to hear.
Standing at 32 feet tall, New York City's Hanukkah menorah is the largest in the world. Setting it up in midtown Manhattan is expensive and hard work.
You can get a reusable, red Starbucks holiday cup for free when you order a holiday or fall drink, like the sugar cookie latte or peppermint mocha.
Twitter users are loving a grim reminder from a US safety agency that features a flaming skeleton warning people to water their Christmas trees.
Santa bookers say there are 15% fewer people willing to dress up as the character this Christmas, which is likely to leave many families disappointed.
Starbucks' released its annual holiday menu on November 4, and an Insider reporter tried all six, including the new Sugar Cookie Latte.
One expert told the FT that we might not see bare shelves everywhere, but that retailers will struggle to stock in-demand items, such as toys.
UK shoppers are snapping up frozen turkeys - and in the US, a supply crisis means consumers could struggle to secure their turkeys for Thanksgiving.
As COVID-19 cases slow, Fauci warns that the US should not be "complacent" since transmission rates have surged several times during the pandemic.
Target is preparing for its holiday shopping season and incentivizing customers to start shopping early.
Turkey production has decreased this year, and that could cause problems for shoppers looking for the right bird for their holiday table.
Popular toys may not make it to store shelves this holiday season as toymakers struggle with shipping delays and labor shortages.
After making layaway a part of holiday shopping since 2006, Walmart will now rely on Affirm, a buy-now, pay later program that will charge users interest on most purchases.
Nike is struggling with strict pandemic lockdowns in Vietnam, where a lot of manufacturing is done, and is experiencing slowed production due to a shortage of workers.
The company is hiring full-time and part-time employees at its big-box stores, Bloomingdale's, Bluemercury, and fulfillment centers.
Retailers may struggle to get holiday-season goods in time because of shipping disruptions worsened by an outbreak in a Chinese port, experts said.
The pandemic has disrupted a most sacred holiday tradition: visiting Santa Claus to ask for a gift and take a photo. Santas around the country – many of whom are more at risk for COVID-19 due to their age and health – have been forced to get creative, with socially […]
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