Holiday Survival Guide

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It is perhaps not the most original stance to take on the matter, but we here at Brooklyn Magazine and The L are really, really, almost incomprehensibly fond of the six weeks or so between Thanksgiving and New Year’s. There’s really no single aspect of the season we could do without: from the sweaters and the crippling nostalgia to the simple joy of gift-giving and even the occasional bout with holiday-inspired depression. And, of course, there’s all that drinking: with family, with friends, with co-workers, with whomever is seated next to you at the bar or awkwardly standing next to you at whatever party you find yourself at that night.

Whether it’s a reward for an otherwise productive year or a last hurrah before you turn things around come January, you owe it to yourself to make the most of it, to revel in the madness rather than succumbing to it. Hopefully some of the features we’ve put together for you here will help.

Good luck and happy holidays.

Love,

The Editors


No.1

Drinking, Dancing and Crying: 35 Christmas Songs Everyone Needs

No.2

The Best—and Worst—Things About Brooklyn During the Holidays
No.3

How to Celebrate the Winter Solstice!
No.4

Our Favorite TV Christmas Episodes of All Time

No.5

How-To: Impress Your Significant Other’s Parents This Holiday Season
No.6

Where to Spend the Holidays if You Are Terribly, Terribly Alone

No.7

Office Holiday Party Do’s & Don’ts

No.8

The Drink Will Teach You How To Really Make Mulled Wine

No.9

For One Day Only: Touristy Christmas in Manhattan

No.10

10 Brooklyn Bars Perfect for Holiday Drinking

No.11

Your Ultimate (and Brooklyn-Heavy) Holiday Gift Guide

No.12

10 Brooklyn-Made Host/Hostess Gifts

 

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