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Montgomery gay nightclub closes: 'it's time to do a change,' owner says
With drinks in hand, guests were all around the bar talking, playing darts and pool, and dancing under the huge disco ball for one last party. Some were gay, some straight. The club has operated on North Lawrence Street sincewith drag shows on most Friday and Saturday nights.
If or when they reopen, he said there are no thoughts of relocating to another area. Among the guests partying Saturday was Danielle Powers, who has been going to Club since she was a teenager — the club was open for ages 18 and up.
Cook said he met DeLust in That was from day one. He praised Montgomery's efforts with them. The club also stood up against hate.
Inthey were part of national memorials to victims of the Pulse Nightclub shooting massacre in Orlando, Florida. Cook said seeing the giant rainbow flag and being able to introduce Starling there were real highlights. It's been a club full of celebration, including hosting a ant for Miss Montgomery Pride on April They also recently began hosting open stage talent nights on Thursdays.
In April, they held a memorial service for family member Steven M. Seale, who died March 29, and raised funds for his expenses. Facebook Twitter .
Montgomery gay nightclub closes: 'It's time to do a change,' owner says Downtown Montgomery club known for drag shows was a force for gay rights; bar may reopen after 'high end' makeover. Shannon Heupel Montgomery Advertiser.