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Times Square: Why this Little Slice of Pavement is the Capital of New Years Eve

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Times Square: Why this Little Slice of Pavement is the Capital of New Years Eve

Times Square: Why this Little Slice of Pavement is the Capital of New Years Eve

Times Square: Why this Little Slice of Pavement is the Capital of New Years Eve

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Revelers in Times Square will be celebrating more tonight than the arrival of 2005. It's the 100th anniversary of the Times Square New Year's celebration. NPR's Robert Smith has the top 10 reasons that it's still at the center of New Year's Eve.