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You go through the same experience every Monday: your brain is like ‘What was that thing I was looking forward to tonight?’ And then you remember that that thing is watching The Bachelor, and you experience a bunch of excitement followed by a flood of shame over the fact that this is the person you have become.
How do you know if you’re dating someone who can handle a sordid rendezvous? Someone worthy of being your partner in crime? In conjunction with the premier of ABC’s WICKED CITY, a crime drama featuring a notorious couple that wreaked havoc on Los Angeles’ gritty Sunset Strip in the 1980s, we’ve listed 15 telltale signs that your significant other is co-conspirator material.
While West Hollywood’s Roxy Theater was one of the places to be if you were into the L.A. music scene in the 1980s, it was also the place to be if you wanted to party and partying in the 80s meant two things, drugs and debauchery.
In conjunction with the premier of ABC’s WICKED CITY, Thought Catalog present seven events that defined the Roxy as a venue for firsts in popular music and as a partying Mecca.
The Whisky A Go-Go started out as a dance club in the fifties featuring caged Go-Go dancers and over the decades became one of the most iconic clubs on the Sunset Strip. In the 60s, house bands like the Doors graduated to international fame because of the exposure they got from playing the Whisky.
The 70s saw a thriving punk scene play there as well and while the Whisky fell on hard times financially in the 80s, the club still managed to feature some of the decade’s most iconic acts while they were still in their infancy.