Photos: Gemini and Scorpio's Swing House

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Seems New Yorkers just can't get enough of Prohibition-themed nightlife, as evidenced by our many speakeasy bars, the recent Harlem Glamor party and last weekend's Swing House bash. Party planners Gemini and Scorpio arranged for the ten-piece Ghost Train Orchestra to play tunes from newly released album Hothouse Stomp, while well-dressed ladies (in pearls and feathers) and dapper gents (in suspenders and waistcoats) cut up the dance floor.

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