Weekend Leftovers: Samantha Ronson at Louis One-Year, Klever at White Room

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Weekends are so busy there is bound to be stuff we've forgotten to highlight. But here are two high-profile events you might just want to check out:

First up, Samanthan Ronson, who's better known as Lindsay Lohan's on-again/off-again girlfriend than for her DJ skills, will be helping Louis at the Gansevoort South celebrate its one-year anniversary tonight. Ronson's appearance at the club isn't exactly unexpected, since she and co-owner Roman Jones are half-siblings. Will Lohan be making an appearance? Doubt it, but Miami is probably safer because of it. There really is no cover charge at Louis, but getting in probably cost more to your self-esteem than any monetary figure.

Saturday, once the Wynwood Art Walk wraps up, head over to White Room for Atlanta DJ Klever. The man is pure insanity once he takes over the decks. He's a two time USA DMC champion and second-place runner up in the DMC World Championship. He's shared the bill before with our own local DMC champion DJ Craze, but this time around Damaged Good, Juan Basshead and Troy Kurtz get to share the spotlight. Tickets are still available for $10 via wantickets.com.

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