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New Year's Eve
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Sin City has another New Year's Eve planned with celebrity-studded bashes, exclusive concerts and a rooftop fireworks display billed as the nation's largest.
For more than 20 years, state park officials in Massachusetts have encouraged locals to get off the couch Jan. 1 and take a hike — nothing too strenuous, but a healthy way to start the new year.
If getting dressed up to go to a crowded bar with the entire city isn't your idea of a special evening, then Washington's Woolly Mammoth Theatre has the answer for a unique New Year's Eve.
Matt Barkley came to Southern California as a hot-shot recruit, seemingly destined to be the Trojans' next star quarterback. For the most part he delivered on that promise during a record-breaking four-year run as USC's starter.
Andy Murray will experience a new sensation when he starts play at next month's Australian Open _ feeling like a Grand Slam champion.
Jennifer Perry isn't much of a drinker. Never has been, and she is ready every New Year's Eve for the inevitable attention when she is out trying to have a good time.
Christians are the most persecuted religious group in the world, according to religion writer Rupert Shortt, author of a new book called "Christianophobia" that details the persecution most of the West never hears about.
Tens of thousands of Coptic Christians took to the streets in the Maspero section of Cairo to protest the government's failure to protect them from attacks on their churches. While the protests began peacefully, violence ensued after the Christians were attacked by civilians.
NEW ORLEANS -- Christmastime for Tyson and Ginny Graham means driving nearly 300 miles south of their Columbus, Miss., home to New Orleans for shopping, holiday concerts and the highlight of their trip -- indulging in a grand reveillon dinner.