A little-known holiday tradition in the U.S. that draws hundreds of thousands of people to the Big D is lighting up streetlights in the streets of New York City.
But this year, it is a big deal.
As the lights go up on New Year’s Eve, millions of people in New York will gather to celebrate the holiday, which is celebrated around the world with the festival known as the Hallowens.
The lights have been lit since at least 1920, but this year the event is the first time that they are being lit throughout the entire city of New Jersey.
As you drive by the street lights, expect to see the city illuminated in the dark.
This will be the first year that lights have come from the rooftops of buildings and a portion of the streetlights will be illuminated from the street.
But for some New Yorkers, there will be some concerns.
New Jersey Gov.
Chris Christie has been critical of the lights and the New York police department has said they are not authorized to turn them on in the city.
While many New Yorkers are planning on lighting up the streets, some residents have taken matters into their own hands.
Here are some tips to find the right spot for the lights to shine on the New Year.
The New York Times has some good tips on how to find New Year lights in the New Jersey area.
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