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Night Moves: Setting Sail at Barcadia, Melting Down at Lizard Lounge

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Barcadia celebrated its one-year anniversary last Friday night, with sailor hats, pin-up girls and the tribute band Queen For A Day onstage, and on Saturday, our nightlife crew hit up the Lizard Lounge for their annual "Meltdown: Summer Edition" party. Filo and Peri spun in the main room, while DJ Merritt and DJ Michael Todd on the roof.

Check out this week's particularly instructive Night Moves set -- and remember: even with a '40s retro theme, rocking the Hitler 'stache doesn't make you any more fun at the party.

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