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new years eve

The ban starts in the evening on New Year's Eve and will continue until 9 a.m. the next day.
What to know if you're thinking of inviting just a few loved ones over.
The weather is terrible. The outside world is full of drunk people. There's no reason to feel guilty for staying in.
Dancing with snakes? Check. Psychic witches? Check.
When we were kids, the holiday season seemed magical. The lights, the snow and the knowledge that Santa was on his way made
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Hello, 2017.
Hangovers often leave you with a combination of less-than-desirable symptoms. Nausea, stomach upset, headache... no thanks. Although there's no guarantee of a diet that will cure you of your pain, you may be able to offer some relief.