New Years Eve
We all know about the ball drop in Times Square, but have you ever heard of the “Sardine and Maple Leaf Drop” or the “Bologna Drop” at midnight?
As Americans pop the cork on New Year’s Eve celebrations this weekend, AAA cautions partygoers against getting behind the wheel after the champagne toast.
On Saturday, churches all around the city of Detroit will ring in the New Year with “Watch Night” services.
New Years Eve isn’t always a family affair, but one local hotel is making sure your kids will have the time of their lives.
Motorists who don’t want to ring in the New Year with a police siren should designate a sober driver for their holiday countdown parties.
Whether you prefer glitz or a low-key buffet, rocking out or smoothing it out with jazz, salsa dancing or lounging with friends — it doesn’t matter. There’s something for everyone to do in metro Detroit.
After all, a movie with a title like “New Year’s Eve” should be fun, shouldn’t it? And not just fun – but a party!
The original members of New Edition – including bad boy Bobby Brown and crooner Johnny Gill – are reuniting for their 30th anniversary and to celebrate New Year’s Eve in Detroit!
While many will be at a party at midnight, “Watchnight Services” will be held at various churches in and around the city.