New Year's has been celebrated for nearly, well, forever. Actually four millennia, according to historical records — it began as a Babylonian celebration in March before Julius Caesar commanded the date of January 1 in 46 B.C. Of course, during that vast length of time, various traditions have evolved around the world, but in the United States, one New Year's tradition has become a requirement. No, not the ball drop or a kiss at midnight, but a... More >>>