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Videodrome Discothèque has Oberon up and dancing

The Videodrome Discothèque at Oberon in Harvard Square had people dancing Friday night.

Josh Reynolds for The Boston Globe

The Videodrome Discothèque at Oberon in Harvard Square had people dancing Friday night.

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Oberon was hopping the other night as Videodrome Discothèque held one of its dance nights combining vintage pop and dance music with video montages of the highlights — and lowlights — of pop-culture past. . . . Meanwhile, among the multitudes that made their way to Mohegan Sun to see Prince perform Friday night was mayor-elect Marty Walsh.

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