Scarecrows, Skivvies, & Cemetery Sleepovers: 5 Weirdly Wonderful New Year’s Traditions from Around the World

Growing up in Texas meant that, every year, on New Year's Day, I ate black-eyed peas and cabbage with at least one meal. According to local lore, the peas bring good luck, and the cabbage brings prosperity or wealth in the new year. Not being one to temp fate, I always eat my peas and cabbage. Oh,... Continue Reading →

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My Hometown Series #7 — A New Year’s Midnight Parade

Almost every known culture celebrates the turning of the new year. They don't all celebrate it in the same way, or even at the same time of the year, but at some point during our perpetual 365 1/4 day trip around the sun, billions of people mark its completion and the beginning of the next.... Continue Reading →

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