Griessmuehle in Berlin. But real estate investors and infrastructure projects have put many venues at risk. The new decade in ushered in a new era where war debt and economic crises triggered the horrors of hyperinflation. Within hours, newly-printed money had lost all its value, offering an opening for political extremists. As the pressure began to build, extremes of wealth and poverty in the interwar capital made living for the moment — even the hour — the order of the day in a city that was dynamic, desperate and drugged-up to the gills.
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The Tabu Lounge and Sports Bar will move from its current location in the Gayborhood to much-larger quarters at S. Tabu Lounge and Sports Bar told its employees for the first time on Tuesday night that the popular gay sports bar will move out of its current home in the Gayborhood. Jeffery Sotland, one of the owners of Tabu, which opened in the Gayborhood in , said he and his partners are eager to make the move. Tabu will move from its two-story, 3,square-foot space to 12, square feet on three levels including a roof deck. For iCandy, it means closing doors after several tumultuous years, rife with controversy and criticism.
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The first Friday of the month is a great time to visit the Balance Gallery because it hosts a First Friday Opening Reception that provides an opportunity to meet the artists and purchase their work. Carraz-Bernabei produces mixed-media paintings as well as photography. All of her art uses energetic colors as well as organic and cosmic elements to create beautiful effects. Douglas Witmer was raised in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, but has lived and worked in Philadelphia since His work has been the subject of over 10 solo exhibitions around the United States, as well as group shows internationally.
In this picture, crowds line up for entry into Manhattan's renowned disco and nightclub Studio 54, located at West 54th Street. Left: A man dressed in nothing but a clear plastic sheet dances with a topless woman at a Studio 54 Halloween party in Right: A pair of women get funky on the dance floor during November Left: A dancer is swept into a spectrum of lights during Right: People wait in line outside of Studio 54 in