The New Year In the Bluff 

New Year's Eve and Day are filled with their share of traditions: Some people watch the ball drop every year, others get fitshaced, there's all the kissing at midnight. And don't even get me started about the foods ...

Mary Cashiola riffs on the New Year at her "In the Bluff" blog.

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