Night Life

Yesterday's Party, Tomorrow's Buzz

From the spire of the Arlington to the sands under Stearns Wharf, our main drag is consumed by businesses that cater to the idea of going out on the town, which is why State Street is a party mecca for anyone in a 100-mile radius. Read story.

Thursday, June 5, 2008

The Truth Behind Tonic

Situated where you're bound to pass at least once on your average night downtown, 634 State Street has been a nightlife hotspot throughout its many evolutions. But since opening at the address three years ago, Tonic-with a huge dance floor and mix of resident and far-flung deejays bumping hip-hop, electronic, and rock jams-has established itself as the weekend place to be for the college kids, out-of-towners, and anyone looking to shake their rump amid a crowd of sweaty revelers. Read story.

Thursday, June 5, 2008

Babes in Clubland

Saturday night was date night, but Friday it was out with the boys. It was funny how it all evolved, actually. I don't mean out with the boys; I mean just going out, period. Read story.

Thursday, June 5, 2008

Hanging Out Stateside

It seems that the coolest clubs are always the hardest to find. Travel north to San Fran or south to L.A., and you can spend the length of a band's entire set wandering some dark back alley, searching for a specific colored door among a stretch of concrete walls or a doorman lurking in the shadows. Read story.

Thursday, June 5, 2008
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