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Introducing 'The Thong Song' crooner 

And them other guys

Dru who?

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The R&B group Dru Hill featuring Sisqo (far right) scowl at the camera during their after-concert party at Club Eclipse on Friday, April 4.

And the winner is ...

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CL Editor Carlton Hargro (left) and Marketing Coordinator Lauren Tigrett (far right) present NoDa resident Kenny Campbell the "Neighborhood of the Year" award at the NoDa neighborhood association meeting last Wednesday at The Evening Muse. For more info, visit

The queen of the jungle

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Artist Irene Nguyen (right) shows her work off to Lia Beresford at the opening of the Animal Show: An Art Show by Sisters exhibit at Black Sheep Skate Shop, April 4.

More than just worldly art

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The band The Delta Drift performs in the Gypsy Lounge at Pura Vida on Sunday, April 6.

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