December 08, 1975 | Jeannette Bruce
The timing was a bit off this year when New York's Rockefeller Center ushered in its 38th skating season. With temperatures in the 70s, the ice was more suited to water-skiing than skating. Us regulars went out there...
March 19, 1962 | Paul Mandel
Museum-going, of all things, was an athletic diversion in the author's New York boyhood
August 11, 1958
Leaves, cool and green in summer-time, riotously colorful in fall, are the stuff of which nostalgia is made. But in the imaginative hands of Artist Tomi Ungerer they become an inspiration for these delightfully...
June 23, 1958 | Harry Phillips
The Lower Plaza of Rockefeller Center, bordered with trees and the flag 3 of many nations, nearly always has a festive air. In fall and winter it is a pattern of skaters in colored skirts and caps. In spring and...
December 26, 1955
Christmas brings shiny new blades by the tens of thousands to be tried out on city rinks and the country's lakes and ponds