This New Year’s Eve, the folks at Webster Hall are hosting a New Year’s Eve Ball which features the “Largest Balloon Drop in The Free World.” That’ll be 100,000 balloons falling (with confetti).
Check ’em Out:
New Years Eve Ball
125 East 11th Street
8:00PM – 9:00AM
More on Balloon Dropping
New Year’s Day the reckoning day when we realize we’ve indulged a little too much over the past 2 months. You might actually need to wear that bathing suit sooner than you thought (thanks, global warming).
Start 2013 by taking the first steps to summer:
Wind damage from Sandy weakened many of Union Square Park’s tree branches.
We’re pleased to report that the deadline for small businesses to apply for disaster loans related to superstorm Sandy has been extended to January 28th. Small-business owners usually have 60 days after a natural disaster to apply for low-interest loans to make repairs, purchase merchandise and pay for other work necessary to reopen. Interest rates can be as low as 1.688 percent per year, and the term can be as long as 30 years. The previous deadline for assistance was December 31st.
Apply for Small Business Assistance (Small Business Administration)
Disaster Unemployment Assistance
FEMA’s Individuals and Households Program
New York State’s Small Business Development Center