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Nightlife news & notes: Jet’s new night, Wasted Space closes and more

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The Thursday night party at Revolution featuring classic hip-hop and brought to you by b-boy legend Mr. Freeze is on the move. But not too far. “Case of the Classics has done so well, we have moved it to Jet,” Mr. Freeze says. The party kicks off at Jet September 28. –Deanna Rilling

For Las Vegans, by Las Vegans. Introducing Born and Raised, the new lounge and tavern near Buffalo and Warm Springs that will open September 22 with a grand opening on 10/10/10 and an explicit focus on pleasing Valley locals. The menu features 20 beers on tap and 18 different sliders 24/7. You don’t have to be a native to appreciate that. (Read the full story here.)–DR

Qbert

Take that, DJ Pauly D! The club industry raised its collective eyebrows when the Jersey Shore star was nominated in the annual DJ Times America’s best DJ poll. But time behind the tables prevailed. Turntabilist Qbert earned top honors for 2010. House DJ/producer Kaskade, who just finished his residency at Encore Beach Club, placed second. Qbert takes the tables October 2 at Rain during the ABDJ closing party. Both the awards ceremony at Ghostbar and party are open to the public, cover charges apply. (Click here to read more). –DR

Just a month ago, Hard Rock announced Carey Hart’s Wasted Space would close before spring to make room for a new sports book, but that day is coming sooner than we expected. The “anti-club” will shut its doors September 19 after a performance from Alien Ant Farm. Goodbye rock bar; hello NFL season. –Sarah Feldberg

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