Scots "Hogmanay" For Days to Mark the New Year
New Year’s is a huge deal in Scotland. Out with the old and in with the new is a multi-day celebration known as Hogmanay.
Auld Lang Syne is sung at New Year’s throughout much of the Western World. Yet most people are unsure of exactly what it means, likely because it was written in Scots by Scottish Poet Robert Burns.
So, it shouldn’t be too surprising that the Scots celebrate New Year's Eve for nearly a week. But do cityfolk and country cousins ring in the year the same way?
Report: Jodi Breisler