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Food columnist Margaret Button is trying to decide what to have to snack on this New Year's Eve. "I’d get takeout, but the wait is too long and many times the food isn’t up to par. I’ve narrowed it down to two options — Greek Nachos or Taco Bombs … or maybe both!"
Normally, New Year’s Eve is celebrated with fancy dinners and extravagant parties. The pandemic continues to make those types of activities difficult, but that doesn't mean that we can't enjoy the festive pop of a bottle of bubbly on Friday night.
Want to ring in 2022 somewhere other than your living room? We've curated a few ways you can celebrate on New Year's Eve or New Year's Day right here in the Berkshires.
RICHMOND — If you are having trouble keeping your balance as the new year unfolds with a crash of cymbals rather than violins, fear not.
For more years than I can count, New Year’s Eve has been celebrated with a large party at the home of dear friends. The hors d’oeuvres are end…