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Club Candids: Manic Mondays at the Crown Room

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The three-day Labor Day weekend was filled with all manner of wild wingdings throughout the Valley. Some party monsters kept it going strong for four straight nights, including the dudes, dames, and dimes that hit the Crown Room in Scottsdale on Monday, September 6.

No one seemed to mind the fact it was a school night as they spent the waning hours of Labor Day getting down to the beats supplied by DJ Steel and sucking down the luxe libations provided by bartenders. Scope out the scene for yourself by taking a gander at our slideshow.

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