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Story Nightclub, Formerly Amnesia Miami, Opening on South Beach in December

Amnesia is an inability to recall things because of brain damage. A story is something you have when lots of really exciting things happen in your life. Both can be caused by excessive amounts of drinking, and both can be really awesome clubs on South Beach, but not at the same time.

That's because the former temple of debauchery known as Amnesia Miami is becoming Story Nightclub, a brand-new home for South Beach's elite party monsters.

The best news: The new nightlife spot is looking for new employees to join in on the fun.

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The renovated club won't have its grand unveiling until December. But Story owners are putting out the casting call for those of you who've got what it takes to be a part of this ultra-fab South Beach experience.

Story is looking for every kind of service employee, from cocktail servers to VIP hosts, bartenders, bar porters, security, and bussers.

If you think you've got the experience and level of awesomeness required, come on down to the "Auditions" at LIV, 4441 Collins Avenue, from 4 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, November 15.

And no, bringing rave glasses won't guarantee you a job. So make sure you bring a resume and dress appropriately.

Happy job hunting!

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Kat Bein is a freelance writer and has been described as this publication’s "senior millennial correspondent." She has an impressive, if unhealthy, knowledge of all things pop culture.