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With the new year approaching, and with the often-challenging family-focused holidays behind us, it's not a terrible idea to review the previous twelve months and figure out if there's anything you'd like to improve upon in 2010. Maybe you want to learn a new language or how to better tolerate the aforementioned family, or perhaps 2009 sucked so much that you'd rather come up with a whole new you. What better way to start than with a masked New Year's Eve party? Home Nightclub at Ameristar Casino (1 Ameristar Boulevard, St. Charles; 636-940-3707) provides an excellent opportunity for you to reinvent yourself with its New Year's Eve Fantasy Masquerade Ball. At this shindig masks are handed out at the door, and you can be whomever you want to be all night long — and no one will ever know! That is, as long as you continue to keep your cover even after enjoying a few cocktails. The masquerade begins at 10 p.m., and DJs Deception and Jay E keep it rocking until 2:30 a.m. Admission starts at an affordable $25 — but table reservations will set you back a whole lot more. Visit to learn additional details and to buy your ticket.
Thu., Dec. 31, 2009

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