Nightclubs: A Sioux in Paris

The address on the Avenue Georges V is among the best in Paris, but once a customer goes down the flight of red concrete steps and through the swinging doors, another world surrounds him. Staring flintily out over the dance floor is a large, yellowed portrait of Chief Crazy Horse of the Sioux nation, and near the black bar are protruding long-handled steer horns. And on the minuscule stage are some of the most majuscule nudes in the world.

This is Le Crazy Horse Saloon, a Paris landmark now celebrating its tenth anniversary...

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