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Believe it or not, there’s a happy medium between being nose to armpit at some cacophonous club with hundreds of novelty eyeglass-wearing, noisemaker-tooting, Bacardi-soused revelers, and duking it out with other inveterate New Year’s Eve shut-ins, over the last box of frozen poppers at the grocery store. Going the restaurant route is still legitimately social (with the benefit of at least a half-foot buffer between you and other tables), you’ll actually be able to...
Many resolve to read more each New Year but this time you can really do it. The secret is to start with these ~holiday appropriate~ titles, old and new, funny and somber, dense and light. Find what suits your taste! Annals by Tacitus A history of the early Roman Empire told year-by-year. Tacitus hates women but writes about how terrible they are in the most salacious way possible. Come for the holiday-appropriate structure, stay for the...
It's almost New Year's Eve, which means optimistic people all over the world are vowing that they will become better version of themselves next year. I'm quite hopeful I will, at least. Since I'm mostly thinking about music, I consider it as a force that makes my life better, and makes me better. Moral gains certainly aren't the only reason to engage with music, but this year's conversations around all types of art have circled...
Listen, we know that trekking to Time Square and hurdling together by the masses is a sacred tradition for some New Yorkers  and a rite of passage for New York transplants, but the idea of standing out in the cold to watch a ball drop is actually a terrible one, especially since bars and parties will most likely have a TV with the New Year's Eve celebration on in the background. And if you...

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