Your Guide to New Year's Eve

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In case you missed it in the week's Scene, or if you didn't see it way down at the bottom of the website, we not only compiled Northeast Ohio's most comprehensive New Year's Eve listings -- we've also consulted experts for advice on how to prepare for the evening . . . and how to spend it. Going out or staying in: Seven noted regional music figures pick good music for your night in (or out), from hyphy to indie rock. http://www.clevescene.com/Issues/2006-12-13/calendar/newyearsguide.html Going out? How to not piss off your bartender (they can spit in your drink when you're not looking, you know): http://www.clevescene.com/Issues/2006-12-13/calendar/newyearsguide4.html Going out? How to dress: http://www.clevescene.com/Issues/2006-12-13/calendar/newyearsguide3.html Throwing a party? How to stock your bar and tend it: http://www.clevescene.com/Issues/2006-12-13/calendar/newyearsguide2.html

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