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Eight Things You Won’t See in Times Square When the Ball Drops on 2017
Thursday, December 29, 2016

New Year’s Eve always presents us with two options for the evening: go to a party, or stay in and watch the ball drop in Times Square on TV.

If you, like many of us, are in the latter category, you’re likely prepared to see a whole bunch of freezing, yet excited, tourists vying for camera time while wearing plastic glasses that advertise the coming year (ain’t no party like a Gregorian calendar party, cuz a Gregorian calendar party don’t stop!).

The Times Square you’ll see on TV, however, is one that is vastly different than the Times Square of yesteryear, and even the Times Square of just a decade ago. The block has changed identities numerous times, and while there are plenty of bright lights there today, the illumination can blind a person to what the area once was.

The following are 8 things you won’t see in Times Square when the ball drops on 2017.

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