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What's more surprising about this weekend's NYT's expose on underage drinking in the Hamptons nightclubs? The fact that several promoters had the balls to go on record admitting their roles in shepherding their young herd into clubs, or the fact that this is in any way "new" news to be headlined in the Styles section? Does anyone over 21 actually have the desire to go to these clubs? Hasn't this been the case since the beginning of time? Is this what our ever growing conservative society is coming to? Time to move to Europe. MORE>>>
While the Post took the initial dive and "exposed" the underage drinking occurring at Nello Summertimes (which, in turn, caused a major crackdown on the club and their police security guards), the NY Times is doing their own investigating, this time with the popular Hamptons hot spots such as SL East (also known as the former Lily Pond) and South Pointe. So how do these youngsters manage to get past the velvet ropes anyway? More»
via hamptons.guestofaguest.com: High school kids are drinking, drugging and sexing in the Hamptons!!! The hotspot to be if you are a minor looking for $27 Patron shots is Nello's South, reports the NYP where little party animals are smoking hash in the open, blowing lines at the bar, and, as explained by Ivy League grad Eric, looking for girls who are "DTF." MORE>>>
According to the Post, high school kids run the club at Nello's South. No, we aren't talking about the after-prom boozy beer pong parties that 27 East found so offensive. But these little party monsters are straight up smoking hash, blowing lines, and gobbling down $27 shots of Patron tequila! More»
via hamptons.guestofaguest.com: High school's newly graduated seniors are taking to the Hamptons this summer to get their prom after party on. 27East brings the laughable report "Prom Season Brings Wave Of Illegal Party Rentals." Parents allowed it and were often there "chaperoning"! We take a closer look. MORE>>>
Recently, 27East reported "Prom Season Brings Wave Of Illegal Party Rentals", a laughable report on how appalled they were that underage drinking was happening in such abundance in these summer months. They went on for three pages about how these huge houses were holding 50-60 kids for an after-prom party weekend. More»
Well doesn't this sound like our dream job? (Psych!). Erin Mathieson, investigator for the D.C. Alcoholic Beverage Control Board sat down with our fave quality publication, the Washington Post, to discuss how summertime in D.C. is keeping her and her board busy. Throughout the article, Mathieson investigates Crucible, a SE S&M club More»
Sunday, March 9
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