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Photos: Roller disco is alive and well at Down & Derby

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Is roller disco dead? From the looks of Down & Derby's monthly party at Exdo this weekend, the answer is a firm, "Hell no." That didn't keep the group from borrowing that idea for its weekend theme, however -- or drawing on disco style while doing some legitimate boogying on the rink. Continue reading for the highlights, and visit our full Down & Derby slide show for more photos.

See also: - Down & Derby: Roller Disco Is Dead - 50 Best Halloween Costumes at Down & Derby - Down and Derby's First Anniversary

For more photos, visit our full Down & Derby slide show.


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