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Radio City Closing After 61 Years

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The Radio City Lounge at 147 S. State, oft-referenced as the "Oldest Gay Bar in the West," is closing after 61 years--not to get all Fox News here, but "sources say." ---

That's over six decades in the same location with the same owners, and quite possibly the same decor. Brandon's Big Gay Blog will not be weighing in on Radio City's demise due to factors of "sleaziness," "sketchiness" and several other "S" descriptors, in his opinion.

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