For some – namely single gays entrenched in their singleness – Valentine’s is a tough time. On Sunday, Ten had the perfect remedy for that angst: Bitter Ball.
DJ Rob Reum provided the music so lovers with bitter or broken hearts could find cover – and a cocktail or three – to suffer through the Hallmark holiday. But the Valentine’s fun wasn’t just for the bitter. Sweethearts were welcomed too.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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