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It’s beginning to look a lot like…Christmas is over

After all the holiday hubbub at Union Square, things promptly quieted down Sunday, the day after Christmas, with the closing of the popular annual outdoor vendors market.

Elsewhere around Downtown, you might spot some leftover, unsold holiday trees.

Next up, New Year’s — though, as with Christmas, concerns over the current Omicron outbreak are putting a damper on festivities.

The Union Square Holiday Market — including this vendor of loose tea and spices — was still going strong on Thurs., Dec. 23. Three days later, after Christmas, though, the scores of vendors booths were empty and cleaned out. (Photo by The Village Sun)
A tree vendor had left unsold Christmas trees on the sidewalk in front of St. Mark’s Church in the Bowery on Sunday afternoon, the day after Christmas. (Photo by © Jefferson Siegel)

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