Las Vegas New Years – The Parties and What to Do

Las Vegas at New Year’s is a grand and festive place perhaps even more so than other big cities across our great nation. The lights and glitz seem even more and even brighter at this holiday time of year. I’ve never been in Las Vegas to ring in the new year but I have been there twice in my life most recently on last year’s Super Bowl. I’d like to be able to tell you I remember the greatest Super Bowl in my...

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New Years Clubs — the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

New years clubs and the parties which happen at them are a long-standing tradition to ring in the next year of life and celebrate the year which has just passed. It’s also a chance for you to get away from the kids for a night and enjoy some adult time. Though I’ve never been married after talking to many married couples the importance of having some alone time with just the two of you and being able to hang out with some...

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Singing “Auld Lang Syne” Is A New Years Tradition

Singing “Auld Lang Syne” Is A New Years Tradition The song, “Auld Lang Syne,” is sung at the stroke of midnight in almost every English-speaking country in the world to bring in the new year. Sing along with the following Karaoke video. With the piano used for the instrumental, it sounds a lot like what you would here when people gather at someone’s home and sing the song at midnight while gathered around...

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After New Year’s Eve

After New Year’s Eve After New Year’s Eve is over, what do you remember the most? The Heartbeats who were a 1950s American doo-wop group from Jamaica, Queens sing about the memories of a guy being out with his baby (girl). Jamaica in southeastern Queens is both a neighborhood and the shorthand name given to many neighborhoods in southeast Queens. I liked the smooth sound of the Heartbeats doing some serious singing about a...

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New Years Traditions In The South

Good Luck, Health, and Financial Success Are Just a Meal Away Americans are familiar with New Years traditions such as the ball drop in Times Square, the Tournament of Roses Parade, fireworks, New Year’s resolutions, Auld Lang Syne, a toast and a kiss at midnight. However, some people may not be familiar with the tradition of the southern meal served on New Years day to make you healthy, wealthy, and wise for the coming year....

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New Years Eve Cruises
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New Years Eve Cruises

New Years Eve Cruises Many people go to the same New Years Eve party, or the same gathering every year. Why not book a New Years Eve cruise! There are a variety of cruises to choose from and the length of sailing is up to you. You might book a three or four day cruise that includes December 31, 2008 or just book a single night cruise. Fine dining, black-tie affairs, dancing, or just relaxing on a cruise can be part of your 2008 New...

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