A little creativity and ingenuity is keeping the Christmas spirit alive in the United States and around the world.
Nothing said 2020 like when The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree arrived. We needed a little Christmas right that very minute.
Yeah crews had their work cut out for them to save Christmas this year.
Although its debut was lackluster, Santa's elves worked their magic in time for the 88th Annual Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony at Rockefeller Center on December 02.
Here in Florida, since this is our favorite time of year to be outdoors, many traditions are able to be kept alive like this sand sculpture display.
Another uniquely Florida tradition - the lighted boat parades are on all over the Tampa area.
An even safer (and more convenient) is to schedule a virtual visit with Santa. Go to our homepage and click on the Winter Guide button to book one!
Many who usually go with an artificial tree are splurging on a real one to make this Christmas special.
The cars are driving a lot slower at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Vehicles traveled through a tunnel of lights during the opening night of the Glittering Lights drive-thru light show. The annual holiday display features 5 million lights.
Things are quite different over in Europe too. Christmas markets are now drive thru's too.
It's not the same, but FaceTime is still face time. Especially when the little ones dress up festively to sing a few Christmas carols with family.
An elbow bump and face masks let children get a little quality time with the big guy to deliver their list of wishes.
Sure things are a little (ok a lot) different in 2020, but Santa Claus is working his magic. Social distancing is easy in the North Pole. Here he is as he arrived to kick off the season from his sleigh float at the 94th Annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade® on November 26, 2020.