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Slideshow: Pyramid Club at Mokai

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Mokaï is back, y'all! This time, under the auspicious control of the Opium Group -- which for the time being we aren't sure is a good or bad thing. Wednesday night was the opening of the club, and what better way to get things going than having Overthrow throw a little shindig. Pyramid Club is the lounge's newest weekly party, and guess who was there? The object of our stalking affection Tamara Sky! So while we draw hearts around "Tamara Sky + Crossfade = 4-eva" in our notebooks, check out the photos Anthony Verrilli snapped.

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