Christmas Eve Brief: Best New Years Eve Parties to Celebrate the New Decade, Boston Named 5th Rudest City, All Saints Way
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Today is Tuesday, December 24 – Christmas Eve! But despite all the holiday cheer, Boston has been ranked the fifth rudest city in the U.S., according to a Business Insider survey. Aggressive driving and sports rivalries were listed among the comments suggesting why Boston may have fallen so high on the list. Read more at Boston.com.
A new decade calls for a special New Year’s Eve celebration and Boston Magazine has pulled together the 20 best parties around the city between tasting menus, fireworks and dance parties, read more here.
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