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Forgotten History Video - December 30, 2016

Dear friends,

Are you going to watch the ball drop on New Year's Eve?

Did you know that for over one hundred years Times Square has been the destination to be on December 31st to ring in the new year?

Take a little time to learn how this became a tradition.

Thank you,

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The History of New Year's Eve In Times Square

Two innovations that completely transform the Crossroads of the World debuted in 1904: opening the city's 1st subway line, and the 1st celebration of New Year's Eve in Times Square...

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