by Griffin Rogers
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January 2, 2014
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Ringing in the new year at SnowGlobe

Fireworks lit up the sky at SnowGlobe Tuesday night as thousands of festivalgoers welcomed the new year in a barrage of color and sound. At midnight, dozens of balloons bounced around a cheering crowd while Cut Copy, an Australian electronic band, played its way into 2014. For San Francisco resident David Zern, there was no other place he’d rather be. “It’s where the magic happens,” Zern, 21, said. South Lake Tahoe was a popular destination for tourists on New Year’s Eve. Some spent the last of 2013 testing their luck at casino games, while others stood on the sports field …

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