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  1. just got back from jp s9

    I'm sorry but to book a $10-15,000 DJ to make a party good in NJ, the party/place can't be that good. This past month on Thursdays they've done Denny Tsettos, Skribbz and some other stuff and never broke 50-75 people. I find it funny how their Saturdays went from 1,500 to 150. And Studio 9 fridays?? I don't even know if they even have one. I know it's summer time but if you can only hold 10% of your crowd than something is WRONG. I know you gotta spend money to make money, but you just opened up a HUGE spot and your paying monthly rent (your most likely in the hole in debt for a year or 2). It's not that I'm "hating" on the place, this is just my honest opinion and every one has their right to their opinion. But on a side note did the owner let the dogs out on Thursday lol
  2. Jonathan Peters @ Studio 9, Thurs 7/14

    I'm sorry but to book a $10-15,000 DJ to make a party good in NJ, the party/place can't be that good. This past month on Thursdays they've done Denny Tsettos, Skribbz and some other stuff and never broke 50-75 people. I find it funny how their Saturdays went from 1,500 to 150. And Studio 9 fridays?? I don't even know if they even have one. I know it's summer time but if you can only hold 10% of your crowd than something is WRONG. I know you gotta spend money to make money, but you just opened up a HUGE spot and your paying monthly rent (your most likely in the hole in debt for a year or 2). It's not that I'm "hating" on the place, this is just my honest opinion and every one has their right to their opinion. But on a side note did the owner let the dogs out on Thursday lol
  3. Who let the dogs? Ruff Ruff! I know its been like a week or 2 old but I've been away for a month.. WOODBRIDGE — Fines will be assessed against the owners of a Route 9 nightclub that police shut down during the holiday weekend after fighting broke out and the crowd overwhelmed security guards, officials said yesterday. Officers were called to Studio 9 in the Fords section at about 1:20 a.m. Monday on a report of an assault with injuries. Police said well over 1,000 people were at the bar and that there were several small fights in the parking lot. One man who tried to get into the club as a VIP guest told police he was punched in the face, kicked and beaten on the ground until security guards broke it up. His brother was also beaten as he tried to break up the fight, the victim told police. Police found the club to be out of control both inside and outside, and gave the order to shut it down for the remainder of the night for what they believed were liquor-law and safety violations. As police attempted to empty the building, security guards locked the doors from the outside to keep people in. Police said this caused patrons to panic and push against the glass doors, and police ordered security to open the doors and let people out. Police said that as patrons left the club with their drinks in hand, more fights broke out and vomit was observed on both the floor and tables. Police said a Doberman pinscher belonging to one of the owners, Anthony Mocci, was in the club around patrons during the disturbance. No charges have been filed yet against owners George Forakis, 46, and Mocci, 40. But Frank Della Pietro, fire official with the Hopelawn Fire Department, said the owners will be fined $2,500 for violating the fire code by obstructing the building's exits. "Thank God nothing happened there," he said. Mayor Frank Pelzman said if the reports of violations prove true, "We won't tolerate something like that in Woodbridge." Detective James Souza said the incident is still being investigated. He met with the club owners Tuesday, he said. The reports of state Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control violations have been turned over to the township's ABC prosecutor, Joseph Buttafuoco, Souza said. Forakis and Mocci issued a statement last night thanking the Woodbridge Police Department for helping them "organize the problem that unfolded" late Sunday into Monday. The club that night featured British-Asian singer/songwriter Jay Sean, who mixes traditional Indian sounds with rap and other contemporary styles. "The majority of the people attending were well-dressed, well-behaved people of Indian descent," the owners said in their statement. All told, 1,066 people attended, and about 65 percent were women, according to the statement. Della Pietro said the club's capacity is 1,558 people. At the club, security guards routinely take driver's licenses from patrons who are 18 to 20 years old to insure that they don't drink, police said. One security guard had more than 150 licenses and during the melee, angry clubgoers demanded them back. Police said people were grabbing the licenses out of the security guard's hand before police took the licenses and tried to return them to their rightful owners. After the identifications were returned, there were still close to 40 people who did not get their licenses back, police said. Souza said the club owners were dealing with returning the remaining driver's licenses. The owners in their statement acknowledged that a staff member "mixed up the identification of approximately 300 to 400 people." Handing out the ID's "took longer than expected, and the police assisted us in calming some irate customers," the owners said in their statement. The 18,000-square-foot nightclub, which opened in December, has a state-of-the-art sound system, plasma video screens and hi-tech lighting. There is also a restaurant, as well as two lounges and a VIP area. The club frequently hosts events that allow 18-year-olds to enter, though patrons must be 21 to drink alcoholic beverages. The disturbance at Studio 9 follows a melee in July at nearby Club Sleep in Woodbridge Proper. Police officers from Woodbridge, Edison, Sayreville, Old Bridge, Perth Amboy and South Amboy went to that club to control a mob of people that had turned violent. Club Sleep was shut down following that disturbance and remains closed. — Contributing: Staff writer Ken Serrano http://www.thnt.com/apps/pbcs.dll/a...=73210283678457
  4. C'mon Studio 9

    Lisii do you do a lsit at platinum?
  5. C'mon Studio 9

    Ya she only has 15 posts... FAKE NAME!! By the way what happened to the bartender Dana @ Studio 9? Did she get the can?
  6. C'mon Studio 9

    I'm going to call what's going to happen next. One of the glorified bartenders of Studio Nine will post and speak like their a promoter or even better speak on behalf of the owners. And no matter what the situation is the Studio Nine bartender will stick up for the place and lie to their own grave.
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