November/December 2018

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Pencil drawing set of carolers singing.

With more than a million documents to their name, including a Wagnerian opera, a rescue report from the Titanic, and an original draft of the Bill of Rights, the Karpeles Manuscript Libraries have practically anything you can think of. From the November/December 2018 issue.

Read More about Manson, Dylan, Einstein, Lincoln: Visit the Largest Private Document Archive in the World

Overhead picture of Bryant Park

This year, skip the soulless shopping swarm at the mall and opt instead for a Christkindl market. These gorgeous European-inspired Christmas markets shimmer with handmade crafts, traditional music and dance, and intoxicating old-world holiday delicacies — think glühwein (cinnamon and clove mulled wine), fragrant gingerbread, and Weiner schnitzel. Christmas markets began in the Middle Ages in Germany, […]

Read More about Christkindl Markets: Old-World Charm for a Modern Christmas