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Pure has something to get off its chest

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Club Roxy, housed in the building at 2549 Welton Street that was once the down's first black movie theater, turned into Pure late last year. Now it's definitely having some impure thoughts, judging from a recent ad on Craigslist for "GOGO Dancers/ Coaktail Staff," which announces:

"We are currently looking for 21+ Females for GOGO dancers and Cocktail Staff with great bodies and faces and be able to work a crowd by selling shots, bottles ect... , plus a sensual side must be able to wear lingire or topless."

No spelling skills required.

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