Save $$$ on Halloween Candy….Hurry and Print

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Halloween is only two weeks away, and there are coupons available for savings when buying candy for all those cute trick or treaters. Last year, most of us had a difficult Halloween because of Hurricane Sandy. Many of us are still living outside of our homes and money is limited, especially of you are trying to rebuild and fix your home. I’m still trying to get the funds to replace my roof, I still have no roof on my house, but some people were nice enough to donate some supplies. I still try to save on as much as possible, and candy is no exception. Here are some great coupons that can be paired with great deals to snag some big bags of candy for Halloween. Here are the coupons available now for print:

 

Tickets are still available for Blood Manor, Times Scare and the Haunted Pumpkin Garden. Make sure you get your tickets today at low discounted prices.

If you are looking for more coupons, then check out the Red Plum, Hopster, Coupons.com, Smart Source and Saving Star pages.

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2-for1 Off Broadway Week is Here!

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If you still have never done a Broadway show (like me), this is a great week to enjoy a few off Broadway plays at 50% off the regular price. There are many plays to choose from, from comedies to dramas, you can find something for everyone in your family to enjoy.

CLICK HERE to read more about the great plays you can catch this week on sale.

 

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Times Scare New York City only $13.00!!!

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Have I mentioned that Halloween is my favorite holiday??? Here is another great deal for a haunted house, Times Scare New York. Tickets are usually $27.00 per adult ($22.00 for kids), but this Living Social deal helps you score tickets at $13.00 each. Here are the deal details:

The regular ticket will admit you to the oh-so-spooky haunted house space, located in rooms of a building known to be one of the most haunted in the city. Elect the premium ticket and you’ll add a scary-good three-course feast to your haunted house admission — perfect for a whole evening of ghoulish excitement.

  • $13 ($27 value) for one regular haunted house ticket
  • $22 ($45 value) for one premium haunted house ticket with dinner
  • Tickets available six days a week with varying start times

CLICK HERE for your Times Scare New York Tickets

Don’t forget to get your FREE Halloween Trick-or-Treat Bag from York Photo. CLICK HERE for the details.

 

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Our Visit to Harry Potter: The Exhibit

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A couple if weekends ago, the girls and I went to “Harry Potter: The Exhibit” at Discovery Times Square. This was a great experience from beginning to end. The museum does need more outside advertisement because it was not noticeable and we had to ask for help once we arrived at 44th Street. Since you are not allowed to take pictures (this sucks), they have a setup at the start of the tour where you pic your house and take a picture in front of a green screen. At the picture stand, they offer these handheld players that provide you with little insights on the exhibit depending on the numerical code you enter and are posted throughout the exhibit.

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Ginny proceeded to line up us “first years” and our journey began. The exhibit was beautiful and everything on display are all the original items used in the movies! Kids get sorted into houses with the Sorting Hat. The girls were looking around making sure no one was talking for the hat. They got sorted into Gryffindor and we continued walking through the exhibit. The movie props are amazing and the robes are spectacular. The movies do not do them justice. I loved the blue ones Professor Lockheart used in the Chamber of Secrets, but the best one was Hermione’s purple dress used for the Yule Ball in the Goblet of Fire. I wanted the dress for myself, and a few of the robes too, because the exhibit does make you feel as if you are in the movies, whether you are standing in Hagrid’s Hut or by the boys’ beds. Everything feels magical that by the end of the tour you feel as if you can swish and flick a perfect wingardium leviosa spell!

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We had a blast, and you will get your money’s worth in regards to the tour. I found that little player thingy a waste of money because what they had to say was boring and I was such a child running from one display to the next, that I didn’t have time to input the codes and stand their until the recording was finished. The gift shop almost killed me with those prices. I would have liked to have purchased some souvenirs but not at those prices. The entry ticket to the exhibit cost less than most of the items, including the generic wands. I can get the same items on Amazon for loads cheaper. You are going to want to get the pictures you took at the beginning of the tour and they will get you with the prices their too. Overall, we enjoyed ourselves and the exhibit has peaked our curiosity in wanting to go to the Florida and London locations of Harry Potter world. Hopefully, I will find souvenirs that cost less than the entry ticket.

Save 25% to Harry Potter: The Exhibition | This Weekend Only

After a widely successful international tour, the iconic exhibition is back in NYC and better than ever! This holiday season, experience firsthand the magic of Hogwarts™ during the most special time of the year. Marvel at over 200 authentic props and costumes from the Harry Potter™ films, including some newly added never-before-seen artifacts from the epic series finale! Step inside the famous wizard’s magical world as you make your way through the dramatic displays inspired by the films’ sets – including the Great Hall, Hagrid’s hut and the Gryffindor™ common room. While touring through the exhibition space, discover iconic items such as Harry’s original wand and eyeglasses, the Marauder’s Map, Gryffindor school uniforms as well as costumes worn at the Yule Ball. Enter the Quidditch™ area and toss a Quaffle, pull your own Mandrake in the Herbology vignette, encounter Buckbeak™ the Hippogriff and even a giant Acromantula spider.

Showcasing the supreme artistry and amazing craftsmanship that went into the making of the ever popular film series, Harry Potter: The Exhibition is sure to spark curious minds and foster an excitement of discovery among guests of all ages. There’s no place like Hogwarts for the holidays.

To purchase your tickets, click here and use the online code “THANKSHP” at checkout for the discount. This offer is good through 11:59PM on 11/26.

Adults $27.00 $20.25
Senior (65+) $23.30 $17.62
Child (4-12) $19.50 $14.62

Discovery Museum Times Square
226 West 44th Street
Between 7th & 8th Avenues
New York, York

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20 at 20 on Off-Broadway

During 20 at 20, happening now through September 23, all participating Off Broadway shows are only $20. Starting 20 minutes before the show starts simply say, “20 at 20″ at the box office for your $20 ticket. See popular kids shows like “Angelina Ballerina The Musical,” C.S. Lewis’ “The Lion The Witch and the Wardrobe,” and “StinkyKids The Musical.”

Participating Shows

All For One Theater Festival
Angelina Ballerina: The Musical
Avenue Q
The Awesome 80s Prom
The Berenstain Bears Live
Black Angels Over Tuskagee
Bronte: A Portrait of Charlotte
Bullet for Adolf
C.S. Lewis’ The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe
Channeling Kevin Spacey
Closer than Ever
Cock
Cougar The Musical
The Fantasticks
Forbidden Broadway: Alive and Kicking!
Fuerza Bruta
Gazillion Bubble Show
Harper Regan
Hollow – The Musical
How 2 B A New Yorker
Mary Broome
Naked Singing Boys
New Girl in Town
NEWSical
Perfect Crime
Pinkalicious, The Musical
Rain Pryor’s Fried Chicken and Latkes
Sam Eaton’s The Quantum Times
Silence! The Musical
Sistas the Musical
StinkyKids The Musical
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Broadway on Broadway in Times Square

Broadway and Times Square in the evening.

Kick off the new Broadway season with a free outdoor concert of favorite numbers from over 10 musical hits. Kids will love snippets of everything from classics like “Mamma Mia” and “Stomp” to recent sensations like “Newsies” and “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark.”

Sunday, September 9, 2012

11:30

Times Square
New York, New York

FREE

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Comedy Show for One or Show and Drinks Package for Two at Broadway Comedy Club (Up to 75% Off)

Laughter can protect your health in many ways, from relaxing muscles to scaring away people who look like they might sneeze on you. Keep the doctor away with this GrouponLive deal to Broadway Comedy Club. Choose between the following options:

  • For $5, you get one general-admission ticket to any comedy show (up to a $20 value).
  • For $20, you get a comedy-show package for two (up to a $72 value), which includes:
    • Two general-admission tickets to any comedy show (up to a $20 value each)
    • Two drinks (up to a $16 value each)

A two-drink minimum is required for each customer, toward which the drinks included in the two-person package may be applied.

Standing at the center of Times Square, Broadway Comedy Club beckons crowds with a calendar of national-grade entertainment—most notably the weekend Television Headliner Showcase. The show’s tube-tested stars take the mic for R-rated riffs and family-friendly laughs that shy away from salty anecdotes about mailman taunting. On April 21, Rick Crom unfolds both the immaculate showmanship he’s displayed on Broadway stages and the comfortably blue but warm-natured comedy he’s displayed on episodes of Louie and Chappelle’s Show. April 27 brings in genial New York native Jon Fisch and his grab bag of freewheeling, slightly paranoid observations on everything from life on the road to online dating.

Three showrooms carve the complex into intimate spaces with a clubhouse feel. In each, bartenders pull from a menu of beer, wine, and cocktails that range from tropical nectars such as strawberry margaritas to a classic tom collins.

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Museum Admission for One, Two, or Four to Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Times Square (Up to 58% Off)

Whether you believe in it or not, gravity makes tides turn, rain fall, and MPs filibuster. Add whimsy to your wariness with this Groupon to Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Times Square. Choose from the following options:

  • For $16, you get one Ultimate Adventurer admission (up to a $32.61 value, including service charge).
  • For $29, you get two Ultimate Adventurer admissions (up to a $65.22 value, including service charge).
  • For $55, you get four Ultimate Adventurer admissions (up to a $130.44 value, including service charge).

Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Times Square opens the doors of its Odditorium to engage curious minds with 20 galleries and two floors of interactive exhibits, featuring more than 500 rarities and relics culled from the explorations of Robert Ripley. Wide-eyed guests take the lead on a self-guided tour through Ripley’s myriad discoveries, which grants the opportunity to marvel at a six-legged cow, salute a section of the Berlin Wall, or play a round of hands-off duck, duck, goose with a gallery of 24 authentic shrunken heads. Ultimate Adventurer admission also lets visitors gear up for impending jewel heists by swiftly dodging the LaseRace’s matrix of neon beams.

Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Times Square also hosts a sensational series of sideshow acts that perform weekly and include an eye-boggling array of performers, such as a human blockhead, sword swallowers, and businessmen on scooters. Guests can take home their own slice of souvenir surrealism from The Odd Shop, whose selection of gifts includes sharks in jars and insect candies, ideal party favors for your office’s next “uniquely packaged dead animals”–themed get-together.

Though Ripley’s Believe It or Not! sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.

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$69 for Three-Course Dinner for Two with Bottle of Wine and Live Music and Dancing at The Copacabana (Up to $140 Value)

Like an IKEA table, a multicourse meal arrives in pieces and shouldn’t be stuck together with duct tape. Keep it separated with this Groupon: for $69, you get a dinner and dancing package for two at The Copacabana (up to a $140 total value). Each package includes:

  • Dinner for two chosen from the prix-fixe menu(a $45 value/person), including:
    • Two appetizers
    • Two entrees
    • Two desserts
  • A bottle of wine (up to a $50 value)
  • Admission to the club for two
  • Live band and dancing in the Supper Club

The prix-fixe menu is served between 5:30 p.m. and 11 p.m., with entry to the club beginning at 9:30 p.m. The Copacabana is open on Friday and Saturday.

Located in Times Square, the fourth incarnation of world-famous nightclub The Copacabana celebrates more than 70 years of star-studded revelry with south-of-the-border cuisine, toe-tapping dance fests and a glamorous nightclub atmosphere. The prix-fixe menu whisks appetites away on a three-plate tour guided by experienced head chef Alex Garcia. Diners can munch on manchego-cheese and rock-shrimp appetizers in time with the live beats of the Copacabana All-Stars band before wine escorts entrees of steak, slow-roasted pork, and snapper to tables. To cap off meals, traditional desserts, such as flans and tortas, send satisfied sighs ricocheting off the dining room’s palm-tree-shaped columns and marble busts of Barry Manilow.

After dinner, guests step out onto the dance floor to sway, dip, and spin to DJ-provided tunes at 9 p.m. in the Supper Club and 9:30 p.m. in the nightclub. A live band takes over in the Supper Club at 11 p.m. Tucked-away couches and atmospheric low lighting help guests relive the exploits of The Copacabana’s famous past guests, from Frank Sinatra’s raucous nights out with the Rat Pack to Martin and Lewis’s stirring renditions of Waiting for Godot.

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$49 for a Three-Course French Dinner for Two at La Barrique (Up to $113.70 Value)

French chefs were the first to recognize the potential of the egg, overcoming the stereotype that it was hard-boiled and always broke. Champion food rights like a Frenchman with this Groupon.

$49 for Three-Course Dinner for Two (Up to $113.70 Value)

  • Two appetizers from the prix fixe menu (up to a $15.95 value each)
  • Two entrees from the prix fixe menu (up to a $34.95 value each)
  • Two gelatos or sorbets with fruit, cream, mint, and syrup (a $5.95 value each)

La Barrique

La Barrique’s Belgian chef sustains a 60-year tradition of classic French bistro cuisine upon the polished tables of a café heralded by commanding crimson banners. Rich French recipes guide his hands as he bastes escargot in garlic and parsley butter or a plate of mussels with one of four homemade sauces. Paneled in dark wood and accented by red drapes, napkins, and seat cushions, the romantic café glows with light reflecting from the bar’s tin ceiling and displays filled with a curated selection of organic French and international wines. The European dining destination—located near Times Square, Bryant Park, Grand Central Station, and Midtown’s theater district—is snugly nestled between Fifth and Sixth Avenues in New York’s fashion district, making it a prime spot for people watching or literally romancing a skirt.

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Stickermania and Storytelling at the Disney Store

The Times Square store.

Bring the kids to the Disney Store to create their own party story out of stickers! After making their own stories, kids will have a chance to read them to the rest of the group! Fun for all.

Saturday March 24, 2012

10:30-1:00pm

218 West 42nd Street
New York, New York

Pricing & Ticket Info: Tickets are free.

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$30 for Two Tickets to “702 Punchlines and Pregnant: The Jackie Mason Musical” at Broadway Comedy Club ($60 Value)

The simple act of smiling releases endorphins that improve one’s mood, just as a simple inadvertent snort improves everyone else’s. Spread joy with this GrouponLive deal to see 702 Punchlines and Pregnant: The Jackie Mason Musical, held at Broadway Comedy Club every Sunday at 3 p.m. For $30, you get two general-admission tickets to any show (a $60 value).

Sheba Mason—daughter of famed, habitually controversial comic Jackie Mason—weaves the tale of her parents’ romance, falling out, and paternity suit over her parentage in 702 Punchlines and Pregnant. Starring as her mother, Ginger Reiter, Sheba leads a cast of smart-mouthed waitresses and other comic characters through a side-splitting lineup of musical numbers set to music written by Reiter herself. Songs such as “I Never Met This Yenta” mix with exuberant dancing, witty, fast-paced dialogue, and eventual emotional impact that adds heft to the Page Six storyline. Servers at the Times Square¬–situated Broadway Comedy Club make the rounds with a drink menu of beer, wine, coolers, and cocktails.

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Events Around Town 3/15/2012

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Three-Hour NY See the Best! Bus Tour for One or Two from OnBoard Tours in Midtown (Up to 55% Off)

Robert Frost could have used a local guide when he decided to take the road less traveled by, as he discovered only too late that it was patrolled by feral park rangers. Learn how a tour guide makes all the difference with today’s Groupon to OnBoard Tours. Choose between the following options:

  • For $29, you get one ticket for the three-hour NY See the Best! tour (a $60.98 value).
  • For $55, you get two tickets for the three-hour NY See the Best! tour (a $121.96 value).

Tours depart daily at 9 a.m. from the corner of 50th Street and 7th Avenue.

OnBoard Tours’ NY See the Best! Tour reveals the wonders of New York City during a three-hour whirlwind excursion highlighting Manhattan’s most iconic and beloved attractions. Beginning just north of Times Square, the bus rolls through the glass-and-steel mountain range’s concrete valleys past sights such as Rockefeller Center and St. Patrick’s Cathedral, stopping periodically so that passengers can hop out to take photos and read the bronze plaques’ mysterious hieroglyphics. Further downtown, the economic grandeur of Wall Street complements the proud tradition of City Hall, and the Statue of Liberty charms hearts with her stirring, stoic expression and waving kerchief. Throughout the tour, an erudite guide spins quick tales of the city’s history punctuated by nuggets of trivia on architecture and culture.

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Two-Night Stay for Up to Four in a Renovated Queen or Double Room at Milford Plaza Hotel in New York

Mammoth 1928 Hotel in Theater District of Midtown Manhattan

When the Milford Plaza Hotel opened in 1928, it provided the nation’s largest city with a hotel worthy of its size, with 1,300 guest rooms inside a 28-floor art-deco building. Over the next seven decades, the hotel’s Theater District location has positioned it in the center of Manhattan’s excitement—the Empire State Building would be completed 1 mile from the hotel in 1931, and the 1945 V-J Day celebration would take place a few blocks away in Times Square. Currently undergoing a $140 million renovation, the Milford Plaza Hotel has begun to solidify its future in Manhattan by upgrading the lobby and guest rooms and adding a rooftop bar overlooking the city’s twinkling lights and the Hudson River.

Inside one of the newly renovated queen or double rooms, a vivid mural of a neon “Open 24 Hrs” sign covers the wall behind the platform bed. Minimalist white furnishings and colorful flashes give the room a spacious yet stylish feel. At check in, staff members greet visitors with two welcome gift bags filled with I Heart NY T-shirts, mugs, key chains, and discarded parking tickets as mementos of their stay.

Theater District and Times Square: Neon Lights and World-Class Entertainment in the Heart of Manhattan

Just around the corner from the hotel, Times Square bustles with crowds, flashing billboards, souvenir shops, and boisterous restaurants. A calmer scene lies a mile north at Central Park, an 843-acre urban park surrounded by several cultural institutions, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim, and the American Museum of Natural History.

With flashing marquees at every corner, the Theater District is one of the world’s epicenters of performance art, featuring Broadway hits such as The Lion King and Billy Elliot as well as lesser-known off-Broadway productions. Historical theaters line the streets, from the 1926 Eugene O’Neill Theater to the Lyceum Theatre, whose intricate stone columns and baroque façade date back to the turn of the 20th century. Bordering the Theater District, the Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood is known for its gritty heritage as well as its assortment of ethnic eateries clustered along a stretch of Ninth Avenue. Further south, art lovers peruse the Chelsea neighborhood with its myriad art galleries and troupes of Dalí surrealist dancers.

What You Get

  • For $269, a two-night stay for up to four in a renovated queen or double room, valid in January and February
  • Or, for $339, a two-night stay for up to four in a renovated queen or double room, valid March 1–March 13
  • Or, for $399, a two-night stay for up to four in a renovated queen or double room, valid March 14–March 31Included in all options:
  • Two welcome gift bags
  • Late checkout

Amenities

  • Newly renovated guest rooms and lobby
  • Mod decor
  • Platform beds
  • 32-inch flat-screen LCD TVs
  • Multilingual concierge staff
  • Upgraded fitness center

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Two-Night Stay for Up to Four in a Renovated Queen or Double Room at Milford Plaza Hotel in New York

Mammoth 1928 Hotel in Theater District of Midtown Manhattan

When the Milford Plaza Hotel opened in 1928, it provided the nation’s largest city with a hotel worthy of its size, with 1,300 guest rooms inside a 28-floor art-deco building. Over the next seven decades, the hotel’s Theater District location has positioned it in the center of Manhattan’s excitement—the Empire State Building would be completed 1 mile from the hotel in 1931, and the 1945 V-J Day celebration would take place a few blocks away in Times Square. Currently undergoing a $140 million renovation, the Milford Plaza Hotel has begun to solidify its future in Manhattan by upgrading the lobby and guest rooms and adding a rooftop bar overlooking the city’s twinkling lights and the Hudson River.

Inside one of the newly renovated queen or double rooms, a vivid mural of a neon “Open 24 Hrs” sign covers the wall behind the platform bed. Minimalist white furnishings and colorful flashes give the room a spacious yet stylish feel. At check in, staff members greet visitors with two welcome gift bags filled with I Heart NY T-shirts, mugs, key chains, and discarded parking tickets as mementos of their stay.

Theater District and Times Square: Neon Lights and World-Class Entertainment in the Heart of Manhattan

Just around the corner from the hotel, Times Square bustles with crowds, flashing billboards, souvenir shops, and boisterous restaurants. A calmer scene lies a mile north at Central Park, an 843-acre urban park surrounded by several cultural institutions, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim, and the American Museum of Natural History.

With flashing marquees at every corner, the Theater District is one of the world’s epicenters of performance art, featuring Broadway hits such as The Lion King and Billy Elliot as well as lesser-known off-Broadway productions. Historical theaters line the streets, from the 1926 Eugene O’Neill Theater to the Lyceum Theatre, whose intricate stone columns and baroque façade date back to the turn of the 20th century. Bordering the Theater District, the Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood is known for its gritty heritage as well as its assortment of ethnic eateries clustered along a stretch of Ninth Avenue. Further south, art lovers peruse the Chelsea neighborhood with its myriad art galleries and troupes of Dalí surrealist dancers.

What You Get

  • For $269, a two-night stay for up to four in a renovated queen or double room, valid in January and February
  • Or, for $339, a two-night stay for up to four in a renovated queen or double room, valid March 1–March 13
  • Or, for $399, a two-night stay for up to four in a renovated queen or double room, valid March 14–March 31Included in all options:
  • Two welcome gift bags
  • Late checkout

Amenities

  • Newly renovated guest rooms and lobby
  • Mod decor
  • Platform beds
  • 32-inch flat-screen LCD TVs
  • Multilingual concierge staff
  • Upgraded fitness center

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Museum Outing for Child or Adult to “Dead Sea Scrolls” Exhibit at Discovery Times Square (Up to 51% Off)

Without dedicated bonding time, family members grow resentful of one another’s bad habits, such as cheating at Monopoly and warming socks in the toaster. Preserve familial unity with today’s Groupon to the Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit at Discovery Times Square. Choose between the following options:

  • For $10, you get one children’s ticket (a $20.50 value).
  • For $15, you get one adult ticket (a $30 value).

Discovery Times Square stages immersive exhibits that open minds to world wonders in the heart of New York City. Assembled in partnership with the Israel Antiquities Authority, the Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit allows guests to embark on a captivating voyage through the Holy Land without boarding an airplane or renting a camel equipped with a jet-propulsion system. Alongside some of the Bible’s oldest texts on display, more than 500 never-before-seen biblical artifacts connect the present to the past, including intricate mosaics, intact instruments, and galleries dedicated to prominent scrolls, remnants of the authentic Dead Sea Scrolls, and books. Attendees can also gaze upon a stone preserved from the Western Wall of Jerusalem’s second temple, which weighs in at 3 tons and volunteers its storied surface as a place for petitions.

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Events Around Town 12/31/2011

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New Year’s–Party Admission and Drink for One, Two, or Five at Roy Arias Studios & Theaters (Up to 63% Off)

People often celebrate the New Year by making a personal resolution to better themselves or signing their calendars up for retirement benefits. Ring in new day-planners with today’s Groupon to Roy Arias Studios & Theaters. Choose from the following options:

  • For $12, you get a New Year’s Eve–party admission for one and a drink (up to a $27 value).
  • For $20, you get a New Year’s Eve–party admission for two and two drinks (up to a $54 value).
  • For $50, you get a New Year’s Eve–party admission for five and five drinks (up to a $135 value).

From a perch overlooking Times Square, Roy Arias Studios & Theaters sets the stage for prime New Year’s Eve partying in a large multipurpose space. From 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., revelers can peer down at the festivities building in the street below or stroll through seven themed rooms, each serenading guests with its own music incanted by DJs and holograms of Ludwig van Beethoven. Bartenders spend the night filling glasses with wine, beer, and spirits to enhance the evening’s carousal. At midnight, each room will broadcast the ball drop on massive video screens that make the actual 3-inch bauble atop the Times Square building look gigantic.

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