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There comes a moment when you find yourself jostled around in a sea of wasted partiers, the music blasting too loudly, and you think to yourself: Ok, that's enough for me. I think I'll stay in tomorrow and catch up on some Netflix. And then you stay in the next night. And all of the rest of the nights. We each reach this sad epiphany in our own time, but in general, it tends to come in one's early thirties, when starting a family and taking your job more seriously—not to mention the length of hangovers—begin to take precedence. A recent survey from U. They asked over five thousand people questions about their going out habits, and 46 percent of respondents said they actually dread the idea of going out and prefer to stay home in front of their TVs or laptops.
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The Paradise Garage , also known as "the Garage"   or the "Gay-rage",    was a discotheque in New York City notable in the history of modern dance and pop music , as well as LGBT and nightclub cultures. It operated from to and was the base for resident DJ Larry Levan. The club has been credited for its influence on the development of the modern dance club as it is in the s; unlike other clubs of its time, the Paradise Garage was focused on dancing rather than verbal interaction, and it was the first to put the DJ at the center of attention. Among the notable musicians who performed there were Diana Ross  and a young Madonna. In April , demolition on the former Paradise Garage site was completed.