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Photos: Big Trouble in Little China at Reeewind and Roll

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Chinese New Year celebrations kicked off early this past weekend when the monthly Reeewind and Roll roller disco took over the floor of the Exdo Event Center with a Big Trouble in Little Chinatown theme. Photographer Ken Hamblin caught the skaters in mid-roll and on the sidelines; continue reading for a peek at the action.

See also: Down & Derby: Roller Disco Is Dead

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