Articles Tagged 'New Year's Eve'

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WATCH: John Oliver Suggest Ways to Avoid New Year’s Eve

Apparently not everyone is a fan of New Year’s Eve celebrations. HBO’s John Oliver actually embraces his disdain for the holiday, and gives us some examples on how to get out of get-togethers with some unique excuses like a juice cleanse. Oliver, whose show Last Week Tonight is currently on hiatus, takes some time out of […]

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Ring in the New Year with Queen Fronted by Adam Lambert

Are you already stressing over how to spend your New Year’s Eve and the best way to kick off 2015? This Anglophile/British hybrid might be the ticket. American singer Adam Lambert, who found fame as a runner-up on American Idol in 2009, will be fronting the iconic British band Queen, who was most notably led […]

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Snapshot: 7 Photos of New Year’s Eve Celebrations in London

The U.K. will be ringing in the New Year at 7pm EST, U.S. time. We have a little longer to wait so in the meantime, let’s take a peek at these snaps of amazing light shows celebrating New Year’s Eve … London-style: How will you be ringing in the New Year? See More: 10 Things […]

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Monks’ Wine is Getting a Bad Rap

We’re leading up to New Year’s Eve and people are picking out their outfits, finalizing plans and possibly strategizing on how to not drink too much before the clock hits midnight, so they can ring in the New Year properly. It’s all about quality not quantity, right? A group of wine-brewing monks in Scotland are […]

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Snapshot: 25 Photos of 1960s London

The Sixties was such a creative time in London with Beatlemania raging, Ian Fleming‘s James Bond making it to the big screen in 1962 and the first episode of Doctor Who airing in 1963. Have you ever wondered what it was like living in London during the 1960s? This photo album walks you through the streets […]

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Celebrating the Holidays in America: Things to Know

Christmas and the surrounding celebrations come with their own set of rules in the U.S. So if you want to party like a local this December, read on.  1. What “The Holidays” really means The term encompasses not only Christmas, but the abundance of festivals that take place at the end of one year and […]