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Picture Shows: The Frankie 45 Memorial at Club Dada

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As you saw yesterday in Pete's thoughts of Frank Campagna Jr.'s memorial at Club Dada, it was an incredibly moving night. For those that couldn't make it, there are no better words on the Frankie's memorial than what Pete wrote--so do read on.

Pete mentions that family and friends had a simple request: they wanted to mood to be celebratory, not somber. Photographers Allison V. Smith, Kevin Todora and Danny Fulgencio were there to capture those moments, which you can find after the jump.

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