New Years Eve is celebrated world-wide by all people, regardless of their nationality and religion. We are all waiting for this special night and carefully preparing for it. Many people even believe that a fulfillment of an upcoming year depends on...
The Traditions of the New Pillowcase -- Where did these holiday traditions originate? Ireland seems the oldest keeper of these traditions, and immigrants brought them to the United States.
Something to think about before you write your New Year’s Resolutions.
Use these suggestions to spice up your party life on the craziest night of the year. You'll surely have a happy New Year.
There are some cities that people tend to flock to every year at New Year’s Eve. That’s because these cities have the best New Year’s eve parties or the best reputation for being a great place to ring in the new year. These destinations are...
Make-at-home New Years dinner. Turn away from the crowds, noise, mayhem and expense. Create a wonderful, decadent meal for you and your #1 at home.
The Chinese New Year begins on January, 23rd this year. It's the Year of the Dragon! Here are a selection of ASCII art dragons to inspire you for the year long celebration.
Happy New Years! Find tips and ideas to have fun with your kids this New Year's Eve.
Yearly broken January Resolutions can add to the after-holiday blues setting in by the middle of the month. Mardi Gras is too long to wait for festivity, so here are some days for fun in January!
Celebrating New Year's Eve can be fun & festive. See cute dog costume photos, fireworks & more. Most of all...Happy New Year!