There are few things as synonymous with Turkey Day as the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. But this year, the beloved New York City event will be television-only for the first time in its 94-year history, Macy’s announced on Monday. Marchers will not be making their way down the traditional 2.5-mile parade route this year. The change is an effort to “avoid gathering millions of spectators in person,” a company spokesperson told CBS News. Instead, the parade’s elements will be staged in and around the Herald Square area of Manhattan — the location of the iconic Macy’s store, which is the traditional endpoint of the event. The massive helium character balloons, show-stopping floats, and even Santa Claus will all still be in the show. Read more at CBS News.