Articles Tagged ‘New Year’s Eve’

Foursquare Check-In Required to Get Into New Year’s Eve Party

Foursquare Check-In Required to Get Into New Year’s Eve Party December 28, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
As Mashable reports, this isn’t your typical Foursquare check-in. No, there’s not a bouncer at the door who lets you past when you show him that you have checked in. A couple of tech-savvy Brooklynites actually jerry-rigged their door so that when you check-in, the door unlocks, letting you...

4 Wild Cities to Ring in the New Year

4 Wild Cities to Ring in the New Year December 15, 2010 | General | Read More
This post was written by our friends at Simonseeks.com. It’s nearly that time again: when we arrange elaborate party plans to welcome in the New Year and attempt to have the most exciting and fun start to 2011 as possible. Unfortunately, celebrating the New Year doesn’t always turn out that way...

Berlin to Ibiza: Ring in the New Year Like a Celebrity

Berlin to Ibiza: Ring in the New Year Like a Celebrity December 22, 2009 | Berlin, Celebrity Travel, Las Vegas, New York | Read More
While many of the winter holidays focus on eating and family, New Year’s festivities often involve a combination of self-perceived awesomeness, stupidly overpriced cover charges, and a suitcase full of regret the next day. If you’re hoping to do New Year’s right this year, emulate those individuals...

Predict the Future, Drop Your Pants: New Year’s Eve Traditions Around the World

Predict the Future, Drop Your Pants: New Year’s Eve Traditions Around the World December 31, 2008 | Around the World, Culture/History | Read More
From the color of their underwear to the number of grapes they eat at midnight, there are hundreds of ways people from different countries usher in the New Year. Read on for some of our favorites, and let us know if we left any out. Bleigiessen in Germany Germany: A popular game to play on New Year’s...