Thursday, Jul 21 2005

 Chewy chewy: Alex Witches at Loose Tooth club at Forbidden City Thursday night

 Bloody hell mates! Creepy, freaky zombies at Starshoes, Carrie-themed Wednesday night party

 Ladies love the pianist: Jade Castrinos and Adrien Brody at the Second Annual Rollin’ 24 Deep: GM All-Car Showdown at Paramount Tuesday night

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 Dead on his feet: Creepy, freaky shoes/toes outside El Coyote

 A girl’s best friend: Roller-derby girl Baby Ruthless and Morgan Phalen of rock band Diamond Nights at Bent bar Monday night

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