The Macy’s 4th Of July Fireworks Curated By Usher, With Performances By Mariah Carey & Tim McGraw

The 37th Annual Macy’s 4th Of July Fireworks Spectacular curated by Usher, with performances by Mariah Carey, Tim McGraw, Taylor Swift & Selena Gomez.

The show starts at 8pm EST and will first have the artists performances and after that, the greatest fireworks display in America. More that 40,000 fireworks will light up the sky, synchronized to a 25-minute, hand-picked score. You won’t want to miss this.

The fireworks show can be seen from any are with an unobstructed view of the sky above the Hudson River. There are four badges  positioned in the Hudson River between 24th street and 42nd street. For the best spots, head to the 12th avenue below 59th street at the following access points along  11th avenue.

Access points:

24th Street    26th Street    27th Street

29th Street    33rd Street    34th Street

40th Street    42nd Street    44th Street

50th Street    52nd Street    54th Street

56th Street    57th Street

Macy’s says you won’t want to miss the lights show during the last 5 minutes of the fireworks finale if you’re near the Empire State Building.

Parking will not be available in the area, so it is recommended to leave your cars at home. NYC transit will run increased Subway service before, and after the fireworks. Bus service near the fireworks will be rerouted, with extra trips available after the event.

Use public transportation and buy round-trip fare with MetroCard to avoid long lines after the fireworks. visit to plan your trip.

Noe I. for Windows of the World



Boston Marathon Explosion Full Coverage

A Boston University student was confirmed dead today as the third fatal victim from the terrorist bombing at the Boston marathon Monday afternoon. The two other were identified as a boy and a young woman.

Boston Bombing Places

FBI’s investigator made a plea for information from the witnesses and said ‘The range of suspects and motives remains wide open’ and asked anyone who may have heard someone speak about the marathon or April 15 to call them.

Investigators still have no firm suspects from the attacks that killed three and injured more than 170 people.

Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick said: “This is a painful and tragic  lesson, but we will learn from this as well”, and confirmed the visit of President Barack Obama on Thursday morning, at Cathedral of the Holy Cross in South Boston.

Investigators believe the bombs were shrapnel-studded pressure cookers, hidden in backpacks and detonated by timers.

Superintendent of the Massachusetts State Police Timothy Alben is asking people to submit their photographs and videos that were made close to the finish line. “You might not think it’s significant, but it might have some value to this investigation.” He claimed.

President Obama affirmed “We will find whoever harmed our citizens, and we will bring them to justice,” he vowed. “We also know this: The American people refuse to be terrorized.”

The fatal victims were an 8 year-old boy, Martin Richard, who was waiting at the finish, Krystle Campbell, 29, of Medford, and the third one was a Boston University student who was not identified at this hour.

As of today there were 70 people hospitalized being treated at six Boston hospitals. The youngest victim is a two year-old bot with a head injury.

Here’s a video that went viral and shows how the two explosions happened:

Noe I. for Windows of the World

North America Expects Warm Spring

Heat will soon make its entrance to most of North America, as specialists say we will experience  above average temperatures over the new season.

It is expected to be drier than other springs, specifically in the West and Southwest, including Texas. At the same time, flooding is likely to happen in a variety of regions, like North Dakota, and the Mississippi area, and could be worsen by the early melting of the winter snow.

“This spring’s outlook is a mixed bag of drought, flooding and warm weather”, a specialist said.

Drought and increasing temperatures could create fire in the Southwest, like Oklahoma, where wildfires have already been seen, and the state of Florida.

So, although it is still cold in the north, spring will soon rise the temperatures.

Noe I. for Windows of the World

IGNITE THE NIGHT is TONIGHT! See The Fireworks Live on the Hudson River in NYC or on NBC

You’re invited to IGNITE THE NIGHT, at America’s biggest firworks display! Don’t miss this year’s show live on the Hudson River in New York City or on NBC, Tonight 9PM EST.

The 36th annual Macy’s 4th of July fireworks returns on the west side with an awe-inspiring display of patriotic firepower. This year’s extravaganza, “Ignite The Night” will feature more than 40,000 fireworks expertly synchronized to a dynamic 25-minute score that includes a mix of beloved standards and the hottest pop favorites that America voted for!

Exciting performances by

Katy Perry

Global superstar whose two albums have generated a string of #1 hit singles and multi-platinum sales during the past four years. The special edition Teenage Dream: The Complete Confection, available now, features 3 new songs including “Part of Me,” her 7th Hot 100 #1, and “Wide Awake,” written for her forthcoming 3D film, Katy Perry: Part Of Me, in theaters July 5th.




Kenny Chesney

One of country music’s biggest stars, Kenny Chesney has produced more than 30 top ten singles on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs charts. With his unique blend of confidence and vulnerability, this award-winning singer is sure to wow at this year’s Fireworks show. Chesney’s latest album, “Welcome to the Fishbowl,” drops June 19.