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Pussycat Lounge's New Look in Pictures

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Debaucherous Scottsdale nightspot Pussycat Lounge re-opened this past weekend after a undergoing a month-long renovation. So what's new, Pussycat? Lots, including a redesigned interior space. That annoying wall that seperated the entraceway from the rest of the club has been 86'd, the DJ booth has been put in its place, and a slew of new video screens and rock 'n' roll-themed artwork now adorns the club.

Get a glimpse of the danceteria's new look, as well as all the bad behavior that took place inside the place this past weekend in our slide show.

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