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Rockefeller Center

Rockefeller Center
Rockefeller Center is an expanse of 19 buildings on 22 acres in the center of Midtown Manhattan. The National Historic Landmark is spread between 48th and 51st Streets, and Fifth Avenue to Seventh Avenue. A popular destination is Top Of The Rock, a rooftop observation deck that provides unobstructed views of the surrounding area. (Photo AP)
Rockefeller Center is an expanse of 19 buildings on 22 acres in the center of Midtown Manhattan. The National Historic Landmark is spread between 48th and 51st Streets, and Fifth Avenue to Seventh Avenue. A popular destination is Top Of The Rock, a rooftop observation deck that provides unobstructed views of the surrounding area. (Photo AP) « Show less

Top Rockefeller Center Articles

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  • Mailbag: Support the Newport boat parade

    The Newport Beach Christmas Boat Parade will be held Dec. 19 to 23. No ifs or maybes. Count on it, and plan to be there. Despite what you may have read, the parade is not canceled. In fact, parade planning is on par with previous years, with more than...
  • From the Boathouse: A season of lights

    Ahoy! Tis the season and the boat parades are underway in our local harbors and across the nation. For those living in southern Orange County, you have two more chances to see the 38th annual Dana Point Harbor Boat Parade of Lights. This year's theme is...
  • Though posh, Ouzo Bay's bar feels like an afterthought

    Though posh, Ouzo Bay's bar feels like an afterthought
    These days, one of the hardest reservations to make in Baltimore is a table at Ouzo Bay, the eye-catching Greek restaurant that opened in Harbor East in September. Boosted by reviews from critics and devoted Yelpers, Ouzo Bay has quickly become a new...
  • Holiday Symbols Vie For Position

     For opinion professionals, for public chatterers, for "public intellectuals," there is no greater holiday gift than a good, loud, crazy creche controversy.     Note how artfully Cohen the Columnist slipped in that "holiday" gift, as opposed to...
  • Tundra Las Olas: Cool under pressure

    Tundra Las Olas: Cool under pressure
    First impression: When I heard Tundra is "the nation's first ice-art-infused restaurant concept," I expected it to resemble the Ice Skating Rink at Rockefeller Center. Instead, the ice theme is so understated here that I practically missed the two ice...
  • CT Closeup: Killingworth

    CT Closeup: Killingworth
    HOW IT GOT ITS NAME: From Kenilworth, England, the birthplace of early settler Deacon Edward Griswold.     HISTORY: Originally settled in 1663 as the plantation of Hammonasset, the area included landf that is now the Town of Clinton. Established as a...
  • Wagner's schedule, skating breathtaking

    Wagner's schedule, skating breathtaking
    Being Ashley Wagner these days means competing in Paris Friday and Saturday nights, skating in a gala there Sunday afternoon, flying to New York Monday, performing at the Rockefeller Center ice rink and appearing on the Today Show Tuesday morning,...
  • Glenn Beck, the art critic, dunks Obama figurine in 'pee pee'

    Glenn Beck, art critic, is back. The conservative commentator posted an online video Tuesday in which he addressed at length the subject of "obscene" art and the 1st Amendment. In an homage to Andres Serrano's "Piss Christ," Beck concluded by dunking a...
  • KNBC weathercaster apologizes after calling NBC's Al Roker 'a kook' on the air

     
    KNBC-TV Channel 4 morning weathercaster Elita Loresca apologized to viewers after making an off-the-cuff remark Friday morning about NBC "Today" weather anchor Al Roker when she thought her mike was off. The comment came after Roker, who was in...
  • Gregorio Luke to talk about controversial murals

     
    David Alfaro Siqueiros (on July 31), Diego Rivera (Aug. 7) and Jose Clemente Orozco (Aug. 14) are topics of Gregorio Luke's mural series....
  • Friday proved that the New York Yankees are hardly the 'Evil Empire'

     
    I had a story in an unusual place in the paper on Sunday -- on page 6 of the news section. The story was about Friday and a special day Bethlehem Township resident and Freedom High graduate John Lahutsky (on the right) experienced in New York City. I...