New years eve

Rain and omicron couldn't stop the brave from jumping into the Atlantic Ocean.
The "Crossroads of the World" welcomed the public back, but with rules.
Good news: the multicolored paper still flutters and falls.
The new Ball is said to symbolize the “Gift of Wisdom." Meanwhile, some health experts have raised concerns about hosting the event amid the omicron wave.
The old plans had asked for spectators to be either vaccinated or tested-and-masked.
Times Square's annual New Year's Eve celebration was crowd-free last year due to the pandemic.
The pandemic meant access to Times Square was off limits to the public.
The ball drop tradition began in 1907, and from its very first outing until 1996, the design firm Artkraft Strauss constructed the ball and managed its operation.
There won't be New Year's Eve crowds, but there will still be confetti and the New Year's Eve ball.
First rule of Times Square New Year's Eve 2020: Don't come to Times Square.
Not since The Beatles landed in New York 56 years ago has an arrival been so anticipated: 2021 is here.
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