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Haven't figured out where to go to ring in the New Year yet? Whether you're more into raging all night to your favorite DJ or just getting down with your 50 closest friends, we've got you covered. Click through our slideshow to check out the top 20 parties in the city that will help you start the year off right.
To browse through all the parties check out our calendar HERE!
Choosing the right champagne to ring in the new year is always something of a precarious decision: too cheap and you sully the occasion, too expensive and you attract accusation of hoity-toity pretenses. Here's how to justify your choices. More»
Sick of sequins but want to greet 2011 with appropriate aplomb? We've eschewed the overdone gold and silver paillettes in favor of Bianca Jagger-flavored bronze and pewter lame to party Studio 54-style at Gramercy Park Hotel's roof bar with This Is Ivy League's Ryland Blackington djing and Barrel-Aged Vespers. Here's how to get the look and ring in 2011 with style. More»
New Year's Eve is the biggest party night of the year! What will you be doing? GofG has put together a comprehensive guide to the city's hottest events to help you get 2011 kicked off with a bang! More»
Lots of bars and clubs will promise celebrity appearances on new year's eve; their promo materials will pad guest lists or use misleading phrasing, and you'll be none the wiser. Here's how to avoid the pr fluff. More»
A desperate reader who will be marooned in New York City this New Year's Eve is in a pickle: she wants to make the night special without all the glitz of a big club night. We offer some tips: More»
UPDATE: More photos HERE! Here's the thing about New Year's Eve, no matter where you find yourself on the globe, you should never leave your house. Although this is a widely known fact, for some reason, the majority of our species become enemies of themselves on December 31st. Let's sift through this year's evidence shall we? More»
UPDATE: This twitter account is a fake! It is NOT Eugene Remm. The club-owner doesn't even have an account. Go figure! Now you know...
While most Americans hail NYC as THE city to celebrate New Years in, most New Yorkers get the hell out of dodge for the holiday that tends to bring in massive waves of tourists to the city's streets. Miami is an especially popular hotspot. More»
Tuesday, December 10
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