Sunday, November 11, 2007

Bogged Down in Rockefeller Center

Last week Ocean Spray took over the Rockefeller Center Plaza to create New York City's largest (only?!) cranberry bog. Workers stood in the middle and answered questions about cranberries and life.
While office workers scurried about their own business, cursing the large obstacle that was blocking them from retrieving their standard lunch at the substandard deli on 48th Street in a timely fashion.
The bog is gone now, replaced by the famous Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree which at this point is more like the Rock Center giant regular tree. Soon it will be covered in scaffolding and decorated. They usually light it up on the Monday or Tuesday before Thanksgiving with a large televised event with many musical and celebrity guests.