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April 1, 1999 | HEIDI SIEGMUND CUDA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Ladies and gentlemen, scenesters and wannabes, Calendar Weekend presents the Club Buzz awards, in honor of all those creatures of the night who long ago gave up sleep in order to show you a good time. It's our turn to give something back, so here to present our inaugural Buzz awards is the diva of the hour, our little trophy doll Betty. Please, hold all applause until the end. It's Betty's first time and she's quite nervous. * Best New Dance Club: Make-Up.
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June 7, 2013 | By August Brown, Los Angeles Times
This post has been corrected, please see below for details. In March, the Sunset Strip music venue the Key Club announced that it was closing for good. Few local music fans were especially surprised. The venue had operated in various guises since the '60s - first as Gazzarri's, where it hosted such rock 'n' roll royalty as the Doors, Guns N' Roses and Van Halen - and as the Key Club since 1998. It closed briefly in 2009, but 2013 was to be the final curtain for the club's monthly slate of heavy metal, hip-hop and stuffed local bills where bands sometimes had to prepay for blocks of tickets.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 6, 1998 | HEIDI SIEGMUND CUDA
In these transitional times, it wouldn't be right if we didn't saddle up and do some intensive clubbing for you all--first-hand knowledge is the best-hand knowledge, I always say. So we corralled a few pals and spent Friday night hitting up some new joints on the Sunset Strip (see Club Hoppin'), and my, my, my, there's a lot happening out there. . . .
ENTERTAINMENT
July 30, 1998 | HEIDI SIEGMUND CUDA
The Key Club hit all the right notes last weekend, with the smashing opening of Friday's Club Rubber (which left lines lingering around the block all night) and Saturday's benefit show by the Artist, who performed at the West Hollywood nightclub for more than three hours, jamming with legendary bassist Larry Graham (Sly and the Family Stone) and Fishbone's Angelo Moore.
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