Clublife

  • Tribal Journey

    Someone once called DJ Paulo a ''pots and pans'' DJ. ''People who don't understand what I do and who don't understand rhythm as much, they...

  • Thriller Night

    Not everyone likes to dress up for Halloween. Some people dress up enough already the rest of the year. But you certainly get more chances...

  • Blue Decade

    ''Basically, they were playing all of the wrong music,'' Mark Rutstein says about Cobalt when he became the dance club's manager three years ago. ''They...

  • Fully Baked

    Washington is a vibrant and dynamic city. For four years in recent history, however, some of D.C.'s pizzazz was muted, hidden behind a pall of...

  • Rock Steady

    This year may spell the end of PhaseFest -- at least as it has come to be known during its first five years. Next year,...

  • Duplex Vision

    Kevin Lee photographed by Todd Franson at the Duplex Diner on Friday, September 9 ''I was always shying away from the word 'change,''' says Kevin...

  • Dancing Dominion

    Some people go to Kings Dominion to ride roller coasters and bumper cars. Others go to eat cotton candy or funnel cake. And then there...

  • Apex's New Phase

    The secret's finally out: The club most recently known as Apex will soon reopen as Phase 1 of Dupont, an offshoot of D.C.'s oldest lesbian...

  • Perfect Mix

    ''In all of these three years, favorite moments are often the last song that we play,'' says Shea Van Horn. For example, at the July...

  • Bar Brawl

    Do local bars hate each other? ''There's a really bad stigma of bars not getting along, which is really not the case,'' says JR.'s David...