Florida native Steven Rogers honed his nightclub skills in Manhattan, during the reign of Studio 54, and celebrity restaurateur Mr. Chow, for whom he worked. He rubbed shoulders with the likes of Truman Capote, Mick and Bianca Jagger, and Lauren Bacall, while doing lighting for Gotham clubs. Then he said goodbye to all that, headed west, stopped in Phoenix, and never left. He's owned clubs in Scottsdale and Tempe, and now has a whole block of them downtown on Central Avenue, including Club Dwntwn, Palazzo, Amsterdam, and his newest one, Miami. Together they form a destination zone for party people of all stripes, gay and straight, Hispanic and goth, you name it. An adult Oz, with Rogers as its genial,... More >>>