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Papa at Amnesia (slide show)

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Roving circuit bash Papa has already thrilled party boys in Israel and Spain, and the shindig finally planted its tent pole in NYC (at Chelsea's Amnesia), thanks to the efforts of local nightlife honcho Jared Needle and Tel Aviv–based model-promoter Eliad Cohen. Lucky revelers (who had no work on Monday) got to dance well into the morning with a big-room soundtrack spun by Hector Romero and Erez Ben Ishay.
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