We were there: Ajna Thursdays

Fornabaio and Voss take over a school night.

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As a nightlife destination, the Meatpacking District definitely has its share of detractors, but that hasn't stopped gay party power team Tony Fornabaio and Brandon Voss from starting up Ajna Thursdays, a new soiree in the notorious B&T 'hood. Legendary New Yorker (and guy with a book to sell) Michael Musto and The A-List's Derek Saathoff were among the revelers who came out for cocktails, schmoozing and—why not?—break dancing.

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