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The schedule is up and the games are about to begin. The question is: "Where will you be watching the 2016 Rio Olympics from August 5th until the 21st?" And the best answer is, clearly, to host your own! So as you begin to enter party planning mode, ask yourself: "Could this be more Olympic-y?" The answer is yes, and here's how.
The countdown is on. But if going out for another extravagant and way-too-expensive New Year's Eve party with a bunch of strangers has lost its appeal or simply isn't your style, there's still time to pull off a fun evening at home.
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