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Wednesday, September 10, 2003

Ha-cha-cha

Posted By on Wed, Sep 10, 2003 at 12:00 AM

Nothing says "I heart you" like a bump-and-grind session on a sweaty dance floor. And where better can you rub guilt-free with your partner of choice than at the Parabox Cafe? Open to everyone — the hot-to-trot, the novices and the veteran shakers — this downtown dance club can put some spice into any bland evening on the town. Located in Mexicantown (in the shadows of good ol' Tiger Stadium), this little speck of Detroit is sunny year-round. Check out their famous "Latin Night" on Saturdays: the dance floor stays packed.

Eve Doster is the listings editor of Metro Times. Send comments to edoster@metrotimes.com.

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