New Year’s Day Eye-Opener

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Bella Sin shakes her assets
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Everybody’s got a party going on New Year’s Eve, but January 1 is typically a little dead. If you’re one of those people who likes to keep the party going, head on over to the Beachland Ballroom to see check out some of Northeast Ohio’s burgeoning array of burlesque talent. It’s the 2nd annual Roxy Remembered Gala Extravaganza, honoring the legendary but sadly long-gone bump-and-grind palace on East 9th that was one of the nation’s top burlesque spots from the 1930s-1960s. Today’s re-flowering of burlesque is taking place in restaurants, gay bars, nightclub, and music venues like the Beachland. Performers on the 9 p.m. show include Bella Sin, Constantinople, Twiggy Stardust, Fantasie D’light, Lounging Amy, ventiloquist puppeteer Nate Puppets, and DJ Saint bringing the music. They’ll rejuvenate your party-weary spirits for sure. — Anastasia Pantsios

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