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Letter: All about Eve

The apostrophe, and common sense, seems to hold no sway in Aspen. The holiday coming up at the end of the month is called “New Year’s Eve 2014.” There is no arguing that the “new year” is 2014 and that the apostrophe “s” means that the eve it is possessing is the day before the new year.

New Year’s Eve 2013 was last year.

For the love of god, please get it right on your menus, signs and advertisements. It is embarrassing!

Other than that, Aspen, you look pretty in your white dress.

Ryan Whiting

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