Although we're still facing early closing times, going out or staying in, you have options for fun this New Year's Eve around the Bozeman area even if bars and restaurants are celebrating the East Coast midnight.
The Coney Island Polar Bear Club's annual New Year's swim looks like a great time. People in costumes, swimming, having fun. We probably should've gone, but there was that whole hangover thing to deal with. Which makes us wonder, does jumping into the freezing Atlantic ocean cure a hangover? If so, we're totally there next year.
Everyone knows about the ball that drops in New York City's Times Square to mark the start of a new calendar year. What you may not realize, though, is that other cities around the nation have similar traditions that entertain and enthrall their local communities. Here's a look at some of the odder traditions that will be taking place in America tonight:
Steven Tyler joined Alice Cooper and his stellar backing band onstage Saturday night (Dec. 31) to perform the Beatles classic ‘Come Together’ during a New Year’s Eve concert at Mala Wailea, a famous oceanfront restaurant at the Wailea Beach Marriott Resort & Spa, in Wailea, Hawaii.
Southwest Montana is poised to ring in 2011 tonight. Whether you're looking to catch a little rodeo action, a Bobcat basketball game, or live music and good cheer, here are some suggestions to help ring in the new year.
New Year's Eve is just around the corner and if you're a stay-at-home traditionalist like myself, here's the lowdown: Fergie will be assisting Dick Clark and his New Year’s Rockin’ Eve show Dec. 31 by hosting the West Coast countdown for the second straight row. While Dick Clark and Ryan Seacrest handle the East Coast countdown to the ball dropping in New York’s Times Square, Fergie will host the