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Chase 1-2, Zanzibar, Southern X-posure & Slick Rick 

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Mic Check 1-2, 1-2
Congratulations to Chase 1-2 for bringing down the house during the City Weekly Music Awards DJs spin-off/kickoff party at W Lounge (358 S. West Temple). DJs Erockalypse, Juggy, Loki and Flash & Flare each held their own vying for top honors—bragging rights and a slot opening up the Feb. 20 CWMA final party at The Depot (400 W. South Temple). On a side note, never park in the hotel lot next to W—your car will be booted. Club Matters found this out the hard way.

Dead Club Rising: Zanzibar
After a brief hiatus from the scene, Zanzibar (677 S. 200 West) is back, though it’s no longer strictly a jazz spot. The all-ages venue serves alcohol to 21-and-up guests who come for a variety of music and open-mic nights. Stop in and say hello to the new managers.

Private Showers
Southern X-posure Downtown (1737 N. Beck St.) recently launched a new series of private shower shows. Brush up on anatomy before midterms, with student discounts on Wednesdays.

La-Di-Da-Di
Hip-hop legend Slick Rick will be in town for the 3rd Rail Jam Winter Tour 2010 wrap party Feb. 13—after the action at Brighton winds down. The evening starts at 9 p.m. at the Woodshed (60 E. 800 South). $10 at the door or go to 3rdRailJam.com for guest-list registration.

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W Lounge Hot Shots:
1. Nasique Corey, City Weekly’s Derek Jones
2. Jared Phelps, Elle Rasmussen
3. Crowd

We want to keep Utah up to speed on local nightlife. Submit tips about club openings, closures, remodels, special events, drink recipes and noteworthy changes to comments@cityweekly.net

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