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Y2K party guide

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Millennium Fever is going around ... it seems even the most laid-back among us are getting excited (and apprehensive) about all those nines turning over. How will you celebrate? There are a few big rock 'n' roll blowouts in town, or you could decide it's best to stay home with the ol' VCR. But don't limit yourself to these suggestions — we've also compiled a comprehensive guide to everything happening this New Year's Eve, so you can find out where best to party like it's, uh, you know...

Happy New Year from the Metro Times!


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