by Jonas Barnes It’s a new year and a new decade, readers. I’ve given you a full week to get settled, and now I’m here to set you straight. If you’re a gym goer, you’ve surely already noticed that this week is a short breathed, sweaty hellscape of newly resolution-driven
Moscow – President Vladimir Putin held his annual New Year’s Eve party and this year President Trump was in attendance. Putin gave a grand toast at midnight and officially pardoned the American President for all his transgressions in 2019. In front of a crowd of party-goers, Putin gave a speech
Resolutions, like wishes, like dreams, are ostensibly reachable, hopefully, feasible goals that many of us around the globe try desperately to hold ourselves to in the new year. Depending on your perspective of the whole thing, you may not even think about resolutions, maybe concerned solely about where you’re going
All the ways to get home for FREE on New Years Eve in the Bay Area by Attorney Jason Beahm.
With today being the last day of 2010, our attention turns to the events that such an important date habitually brings in. We’re going to be perfectly honest: Engaging in any one of New York City’s seemingly-countless New Year’s parties is not an endeavor fit for the broke. (You can
Last week, we looked at how to stop looking broke by upgrading those tired old PB&Js, and I know I promised we’d move on to Mac & Cheese next, but in honor of Universal Hangover Day I thought we’d take a look at something more practical. After all, even brunches
We all see our friends do a lot of crazy and embarrassing things on New Year’s, but as a non-drinker, I actually remember it all the next day (much to the chagrin of my friends). In case you get a little too crazy this year, and life imitates art (and
So here we are. The time of the year we all love to hate. When Grandma’s strange recipe for fruit-cocktail-Jello-salad is unearthed, and the clan of second-cousins-once-removed emerge from the wood works. When a dinner is considered successful if little Genie makes it through the meal without spilling a glass