When the clock struck twelve last New Year's Eve, did you strike out?
There's still time to make plans for New Year's Eve 2017, ensuring that next year gets off to a much better start. Our annual New Year's Eve Guide, coming in the December 21 issue of Westword, will have hundreds of suggestions for great things to do in metro Denver on December 31.
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