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Last Dance Party Crobar Chicago Article
Crobar Chicago Closes   April 29, 2010

After 19 years of operation, Crobar Chicago, a nightlife institution and the flagship location of the Crobar brand, closed on April 17 — but not after a blowout party, The Last Dance.More>>

Michael Jackson Cirque de Soleil Article
Around the Scene: April 29, 2010   April 29, 2010

Project X, the largest U.S. club, to hit Vegas; Michael Jackson-themed nightclub planned by Cirque de Soleil; Conde Nast Traveler's Hot List; Jay-Z sues Ortiz; Dune to reopen; and M2 shut down.More>>

Mansion Miami anniversary party Article
Royal Anniversary for Mansion Miami   April 29, 2010

Opium Group had something to celebrate in Miami recently — the sixth anniversary of Mansion, and its anniversary bash lasted five nights, with headliners and celebs packing the house.More>>

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SF Sues to Shutter Suede   April 29, 2010

San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera filed a lawsuit seeking a court order to permanently shut down Suede, calling it a public nuisance and citing 15 separate violence incidents since 2007.More>>

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SF Nightlife Power Struggle Continues   April 15, 2010

San Francisco legislation to give the Entertainment Commission or another “similar body” the authority to revoke a permit after a serious violation is in the works.More>>

REHAB Las vegas Article
The Ins and Outs of Vegas Daylife 2010   April 15, 2010

As pool season kicks off in Las Vegas, new takes on daylife abound — indoors and out — generating a variety of options for guests and additional revenue for venue operators. Here's a list.More>>

DJ ROS Article
Around the Scene: April 15, 2010   April 15, 2010

Nightclub News: Mike Fuller leaves N9NE Group, Wayne Crane becomes assistant director of marketing for Las Vegas Nightlife Group and DJ ROS launches A/V Passport concept in Macon, Ga.More>>

DJ Adi Article
Model DJs   April 15, 2010

Husband and wife team Edan and PC Miller founded their model/DJ academy, STADJ Music, in 2008 and its success has proven there’s a market for attractive, talented female DJs.More>>

Triangle Square Article
Richard Kelly’s Orange County Expansion   April 1, 2010

Richard Kelly, the man behind San Diego’s Ivy Hotel, has purchased the 200,000-square-foot multipurpose development Triangle Square and may make it into a new nighttime hotspot.More>>

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Kansas City Nightlife to Get New Trolley System   April 1, 2010

Two Kansas City entrepreneurs are nearing the launch of the city-subsidized Kansas City Strip, a trolley system that will connect several bar and restaurant-heavy neighborhoods.More>>



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