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    Even though it may seem that a quiet town in the South of France would tend to be a little dull for those more interested in the fast-paced nightlife, visiting Antibes might prove to be quite an enjoyable experience in itself just yet. Located along the French Riviera, Antibes sits directly on the water and is positioned in between the familiar French cities of Nice and Cannes. As much beautiful scenery as there is to see throughout town during the daylight hours, there are just as many things to

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    Nightlife Pleasure vs. Pressure Lebanese nightlife mixes people of all ages & backgrounds together into a very unique mode of entertainment. Some people are against going out at night and others are addicted to going out nightly. The different perspectives of the various people give better insight on finding out just how serious some issues on nightlife affect one another. If there is a direct way to find out just how the night life is for those that go out, no other person would be better

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    Strippers and Stripping

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    stretch before they fall victims to their own universe? (DC One, 37). This sweeping remark on the life and times of female strippers was extracted from a popular Washington, D.C. magazine called DC One, which focuses on the dining, entertainment, and nightlife featured in D.C. This particular issue was dubbed "The Men's Issue," and contained an exposé on stripping in "gentlemen's clubs." The quotation above demonstrates the tension that exists in the world of stripping, both within the private world of

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    Cargo Cult

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    the detail and reality of what he is using to tell his story. By using pink flamingos and fuzzy dice Rutledge brings his subjects to the level of absurd sentimentality. These items take a person away to another place like a tropical island or nightlife of Las Vegas. They are also treated as sacred items in the other paintings, with four different paintings of figures in white gloves holding a pink flamingo Beanie Baby. The use of the Beanie Baby flamingo is chosen to contemporize the plastic

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    Mission Rock Club

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    10pm and 11:30pm. Sometime, if the females get to the club before 11pm, they will get in for free. Other then that, the cost is $20 and if you’re on the guest list $10. Everybody who was 21 got in for free. I call this environment, the culture of nightlife and clubbing. This club is real big, in fact, the building is two stories. There are different DJ’s that play different types of music. Upstairs the DJ was playing rap and R&B music, and downstairs the DJ was playing rock and techno music. I stayed

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    Australia

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    site for Australia, so that is why it is so reliable. It was loaded with information about almost everything in Australia that I wanted to learn more about. It discussed the places to see, things to do, exotic experiences, food and wine, and the nightlife in Australia. The site still left some details out that I was still looking for such as what kinds of shopping is there to do, what the Australians are like, etc. After learning more about Australia, I called Liberty Travel in Harrisburg and spoke

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    Elvis and His Love Life

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    town of Biloxi, June felt there wasn't much to see, but Elvis didn't care he just wanted June to show him around town. Elvis picked June up at the front of the theatre then they drove to his motel to change his clothes, then left and took in some nightlife with some floorshows in town. They spent hours together parked, to see the sun rise, as dawn broke, Elvis spoke of his love and feelings for his family, he mentioned his twin brother Jesse Garon. Elvis and June would stay in touch with one another

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    Atmosphere of Knoxville, Tennessee Knoxville, Tennessee, keeps its citizens and visitors busy with many options for shopping and food at places like The Old City and the college strip. The town also makes for a cheap vacation spot with high-energy nightlife. The city gives its visitors a wide variety of shopping options from the antique and thrift shops of the Old City to the West Town Mall and ritzy plazas of West Knoxville. The antique shops of the Old City prove to be a hot spot for the frugal

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    I studied ‘Bouncers – 1990s Remix’ by John Godber, and ‘Shakers-Restirred’ by John Godber and Jane Thornton. Originally set in the 1980s but later adapted for the nineties, the plays are often performed together. They tell stories about urban nightlife from the points of view of nightclub bouncers and cocktail waitresses. Each play only involves four actors, and they play all the parts. I enjoyed studying the plays as they use comedy, melodrama and music to portray some very different characters

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    Analysis Of Nightlife

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    Nightlife by Archibald John Motley Jr. During the 1940’s, the world found itself dealing with World War II and in the United States ,a huge African culture movement swept throughout the north-eastern states. One specific artist that captivated the “Nightlife” of African Americans during that era was Archibald Motley Jr. He painted a series of paintings that involved African Americans and their culture. In the painting, “Nightlife” we see a group of African Americans dancing at a club/bar, enjoying

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