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Ladies Night was popping off Jan. 29. Some of the hottest in town showed up for the reintroduction of the club’s Champagne Thursdays. There was plenty of action on the dance floor as DJ DAO (U92) mixed it up on the turntables. Not many DJs still practice the art of the scratch, but DAO is an old-school artisan. And the people on the floor showed their appreciation by dropping it hot-like all night long.

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