Don't Have Plans For NYE? Now You Do!!

So it’s time to say goodbye to the year that brought us a million celebrity deaths, a huge money shaped hole in our hearts, and the swine flu. It’s time to raise our champagne glasses, spot your closest sexy stranger and say “Hey 2009… FUCK YOU!” Here’s a list of some of our recommended shitshows:
Of course there’s the Ohio Party and the bittersweet Monkeytown chilled out NYE
I’ll be getting my free drink on from 10-11pm at K&M while the Rude Dudes drop some hits I can shake my ass to.
For “people who want to do awesome ass shit”, Team Robespierre are playing a midnight show at Bruar Falls.
Bring in the Y2K V2.0 with the lovely folks at Bushwick’s hottest restaurant, Roberta’s– there are rumors of a hot tub sauna so you can get your Real World on!
Shea Stadium’s New Fears Party promises bands all night long and a 8am breakfast to bring in 2010 with– the perfect way to avoid that January 1st hangover.
$29 will get you into two parties with TheDanger crew! In addition to the address listed on the New Lost City website, it’ll be going on at 341 Scholes St. as well. Two parties for the price of one!
If you like pretending you’re in Manhattan, Brooklyn Bowl will probably have some sort of epic 30 TV screen countdown going… Q Tip might also be there.
Also, if you only wanna spend $1 tonight, head on over to the Passion Pit afterparty
Those are our picks, let us know what else is up in the comments! Happy 2010, bitches!!
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  1. I’m taking it easy this year (sad). I’m a victim of this horrible economy. Maybe 2010 will be better.
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  2. Here’s the latest on the conference’s top players who are projected to go from playing on Saturdays to starring on Sundays.

    1. LB Jarvis Jones, 6-3, 241, Georgia

    Why he has the top spot: Jones’ battle with an ankle injury hasn’t changed his status as the top overall draft prospect in the SEC. He missed his second full game due to the

    injury in the Bulldogs’ 29-24 win over Kentucky on Saturday. Still, Jones remains a versatile defender who can rush the pass or drop into coverage. He’ll need a strong second

    half of the season to maintain his lofty draft status.

    Season stats (five games): 36 tackles, 5.5 sacks, 9.5 TFLs, 3 forced fumbles, 15 QB hurries, INT.

    Player ranking: Jones remains fifth overall, and he is the second-highest outside linebacker in’s latest player rankings.

    Up next: The Bulldogs’ next game is against Florida. Jones returned to practice on Monday and is expected to play. Georgia will need him against a Florida team that averages 213

    yards per game on the ground.

    2. QB Tyler Wilson, 6-3, 220, Arkansas

    Why he has the second spot: After a slow start for Wilson and the Razorbacks, the senior QB has turned it around in the last few weeks before having a bye last weekend. He’ll

    have a chance to solidify his status as a first-round pick with games against Mississippi State, LSU and South Carolina still on the schedule.

    Season stats (six games): 124 of 205 (60.5 percent) for 1,957 yards, 14 TDs, 5 INTs.

    Player ranking: Wilson is ranked as the No. 12 overall prospect and is the third-highest ranked QB in’s latest player rankings.

    Up next: The Razorbacks play Ole Miss this weekend. The Rebels are ranked No. 65 nationally in scoring defense, so Wilson should have a chance to put some good numbers up.

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