Post Tagged with: "New Year’s Eve"


Throwing the Perfect Party: New Year’s Eve Edition

by Azure Hall Contributing writer

New Year’s Eve, or “Silvester” as the Germans say, is a popular holiday for celebrations around the world. However, the combination of post-December holiday exhaustion, a late night out, champagne drinking-induced dehydration and midnight snack cravings can ruin a good party faster than the Times Square ball can drop. Here are some helpful tips to keep your guests hydrated, fed and happy.

November 24, 2016 ×


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At midnight, fireworks displays light the skies above Germany.

Germans observe numerous traditions on New Year’s Eve

by Petra Lessoing 86th Airlfit Wing Public Affairs

New Year’s Eve is a special night celebrated in many countries throughout the world. People observe a variety of traditions to welcome the new year.

December 17, 2015 ×


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Fireworks at the Tower Bridge crossing the River Thames in London, England.

Bring in the new year right

by Amie LaSalvia, Contributing writer

New Year’s is approaching quickly once again, which means it’s time to think about where the right place is for you, your family or friends to spend this wonderful time of year. There are many breathtaking places to go to bring in the new year while living in Germany, so why not see 2015 off with a bang in one of the world’s best cities? Here are top three cities and parties in Europe to go to on New Year’s Eve.

November 27, 2015 ×


Germans observe New Year’s Eve traditions

by Petra Lessoing
86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs

People throughout the world celebrate New Year’s Eve with a variety of traditions to welcome the arrival of the new year.

December 19, 2013 ×