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Club Candids at Smashboxx

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Smashboxx in Old Town has been open for a couple weeks now, and the crowds couldn't be bigger.

We paid a visit to the "sports bar by day/lounge by night" this past weekend and witnessed a throng of the skinny and the stylish both inside the place and outside on the sidewalk waiting to get in.

For those with the golden ticket, the interior of the club offered dozens of high-def screens streaming hip-hop, Top 40, and electro videos courtesy of DJ Rolemodel, babes and brozillas dancing on the furniture, and even wads of money being thrown out to the crowd.

See what we saw via our Smashboxx slideshow.

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