Your guide to New Year's
New Year’s Eve and cities just seem to go hand in hand. New York, London, Sydney — they’re all mobbed Dec. 31 with people making pilgrimages to greet the next year. It does sound fun, I’ll admit, but then again, you can see it all on TV from the comfort of your living room. If you’re like me, temped to stay in town this year, here are a few options around the county.
For an entirely different kind of New Year’s Eve, you can check out the Haywood Dancers’ ballroom dance bash. A more upscale affair than some other options, the party will have the Steve Whiddon Band — not to mention tons of dancing. It all begins at 8 p.m. at Angie’s Dance Academy and stops at the official beginning of the new year. The admission price gets you plenty of holiday treats and an environment free of smoke ...