Night Moves: A Health Scare, A Storm, A Party

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Saturday night's storm -- and people's recent health concerns with hanging around tightly packed, hot, sweaty venues -- all combined to keep the crowds down to a miniumum around lots of Dallas parties last weekend. The Lek Brothers send word that a few clubs were more or less vacant during the peak weekend hours.

But -- but -- Woolfy, Dub Assembly and F*ck You Pay Me all played the Cavern, and DJ's Select and Schwa spun at Zubar. For a look at the true die-hard party set, check out our slideshow here.

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