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It's Time To Say Happy New Year And Look Ahead To 2011

As we did on Christmas Eve, The Two-Way's going to take advantage of the holiday season to grab a day off.

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If you know who this is, you've been around for quite a few New Year's Eves. (The answer's at the bottom of the post.) AP hide caption

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If you know who this is, you've been around for quite a few New Year's Eves.

If you know who this is, you've been around for quite a few New Year's Eves. (The answer's at the bottom of the post.)

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We're planning to relax tomorrow, and hope you can too. If major news breaks over the long weekend, we'll of course jump back in to the blog. But if all goes as planned, we'll see you back here Monday.

Of course, NPR.org will still be operating. Morning Edition, All Things Considered and the NPR Newscast will be on the air.

Meanwhile, Happy New Year to all. And since it's that time of year to think about what lies ahead, here's a question. It can be taken many ways, obviously, but what's your overall feeling about 2011? As always, feel free to discuss in the comments thread.

Photo: Bandleader Guy Lombardo in 1971. His orchestra's Auld Lang Syne was a New Year's Eve mainstay for about half a century.

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