Thanksgiving Day

Submitted by ub on Thu, 11/24/2022 - 08:06

Before Americans get food coma on turkey and stuffing then settle in to watch some football, all eyes are on Thanksgiving Day Parade.

The annual pageant of giant balloons, floats, cheerleaders, clowns, marching bands, Broadway performances, and celebs is one of the best NYC annual events.

The nearly century-old parade is reportedly 2.5 miles long for NYC locals’ public viewing along the route this year. It kicks off at West 77th Street & Central Park West and flows down Central Park West before winding around Columbus Circle and onto Central Park South and Sixth Avenue. It files down Sixth Avenue to Macy’s Herald Square.

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Be Thankful for Libraries - The World’s Best!

We love libraries. College libraries, public libraries, private libraries whatever and wherever they are, we love them all.

For those of you not "of a certain age," a library is a quiet building that houses tons of books and reference materials, typically dating back to Ye Olde Pre-Internet Times.

We may not be as reliant on brick-and-mortar libraries anymore, but even in the digital era, we had no trouble finding dozens of architecturally interesting libraries and libraries with interesting collections, as well as many that are actually fascinating in both respects.

We love to spend time in libraries catching up on our reading and enjoying the sanctuary-type and font vibes.

The following 35 are libraries that we thought deserved a closer look. https://www.thebestcolleges.org/amazing-libraries/