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BOUNCY BOUNCY
So apparently Pam Anderson was frolicking in South Beach this weekend, seen at Priv with party girl Tara Reid, and allegedly she got into a fight with a fellow sun worshipper. We just hope Pamela had the time of her life running and playing in the sand of our beloved SoBe.

WHOLE NEW LEVEL
And because the beach is teeming with life…
The Beach’s beloved club Level has been replaced by Mansion. Made to look like exactly that, Mansion is covered by brick, a gate and moss. Hit up The Strokes concert in March to party.

SINFULLY PURE
Also, in downtown, Miami has apparently become Pure…boasting Pure fun, Pure atmosphere, and most of all Pure nightlife, Pure is making sure that they are being heard. No word yet on whether Saturday night’s club opening was a success.

February 24, 2004

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Student newspaper at the University of Miami


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