Dillon Phillips, 10, left, and his brother, Damon, 7, of Raleigh skate during the opening of the Ipreo Raleigh Winterfest ice skating rink in City Plaza in downtown Raleigh Friday, November 22, 2013. Raleigh's One Bank of America Plaza, the brown-and-tan building to the right, and all four of City Plaza's glass-and-metal retail pavilions can be seen in the photo.
Dillon Phillips, 10, left, and his brother, Damon, 7, of Raleigh skate during the opening of the Ipreo Raleigh Winterfest ice skating rink in City Plaza in downtown Raleigh Friday, November 22, 2013. Raleigh's One Bank of America Plaza, the brown-and-tan building to the right, and all four of City Plaza's glass-and-metal retail pavilions can be seen in the photo. ehyman@newsobserver.com
Dillon Phillips, 10, left, and his brother, Damon, 7, of Raleigh skate during the opening of the Ipreo Raleigh Winterfest ice skating rink in City Plaza in downtown Raleigh Friday, November 22, 2013. Raleigh's One Bank of America Plaza, the brown-and-tan building to the right, and all four of City Plaza's glass-and-metal retail pavilions can be seen in the photo. ehyman@newsobserver.com

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