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Groove Jet, "Groove Girl." Eclectic locals gather for mayhem and mischief with resident DJs Louis and Neil spinning musical fun for everyone. 323 23rd St., Miami Beach, 532-2002.
Squeeze, "Ladies Night." DJ Guy spins the best in progressive and alternative dance songs for everyone from yuppies and clean-cut college kids to the tattooed and pierced fetish fanatics. 2 S. New River Dr., Fort Lauderdale, 954-522-2151.
Bar None, "Funkadelica." A psychedelic party where you have to put on your best bell-bottoms and your largest 'fro to get funked. 411 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 672-9252.
Niva, "After Hours." The party starts at 4:00 a.m. when dancemaster DJ Charlie Mercado spins energetic tunes for the dancing and drinking crowd until the very, very wee hours. 643 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 538-0230.
Marsbar, "Bovine Sex Club." Drink specials and party girls dancing in a cage high above the dance floor are the highlights of the evening, with DJ Alex Gutierrez at the controls. 8505 Mills Dr., Town & Country Center, Kendall, 271-6909.
Cameo Theatre. Twisted pleasures, solidly in the tradition of the Cameo's dance-till-we-drop crowd. 1445 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 532-0922.
O'Zone, "Fiesta Friday." The most fun on the mainland, with salsa and merengue -- as well as cool beer specials -- flowing all night for those hot and heavy buff boys in bikinis. 6620 Red Rd., South Miami, 667-2888.
Shore Club Hotel. South Florida's successful and sophisticated ladies come together for a night of mingling and moonlit walks. 1901 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 534-6522.
Cartoon Saloon, "Ladies Night." This cartoon- and comic-book-theme restaurant goes kooky with classic disco and food and drink creations from the farthest reaches of the universe. 1670 E. Oakland Park Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, 954-563-8666.
Salvation. Revolving party motifs keep you guessing as the largest party for men who love men takes over, with an open bar from 10:00 to midnight and dancemaster DJ Abel at the wheels of steel. 1771 West Ave., Miami Beach, 673-6508.
Zen, "Disco Delite." Travel back in time with promoters Freddy Melero and Juan Hernandez to relive the trash and glamour of the Seventies. 1203 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 673-2817.
Amnesia, "Tea Dance." All the usual muscle-boy madness and drag-queen mayhem starts at 5:00 p.m. DJ David Knapp and a different MC and hostess are featured every week at this party full of sun and sin. 136 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 531-5535.
Liquid, "X-Tra Large." Men, men, and more men -- on a night where nothing else much matters. Jack Benggio and Marvella host this men's-travaganza while DJ Jo Jo Odyssey spins humongous sounds. 1439 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 532-9154.
Virtua Cafe, "Reality Sucks." Drown your real-life sorrows with alternative grooves, multimedia interaction, and dollar longnecks all night. 1309 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 532-0234.
Cafe Iguana, "Monday-Night Boxing." Hinterland amusements for the masses with rough-and-tumble challenge bouts, a carnival set in a club/restaurant that runs like a well-oiled machine. 8505 Mills Dr., Town & Country Center, Kendall, 274-4948.
Stella Blue, "Lighten Up Your Blues." First lady of song Maryel Epps performs R&B and blues classics; two shows nightly. 1661 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, 532-4788.
Jillian's, "College Night." Drink specials, cheap chicken wings, and pool, the essentials of youth entertainment. 12070 N. Kendall Dr., Kendall, 595-0070.
Rose's Bar & Music Lounge, "Super Freak." Local band Khadir rocks the house each week with plenty of funky rhythms to keep you grooving. 754 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 532-0228.
Warsaw Ballroom, "Male Erotica Night." Strippers, both amateur and all-too-professional, compete for sleaze and glory. Normally Warsaw's best night. 1450 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 531-4555.
-- By Liz Martinez
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