(Northampton, MA) — A Northampton nightclub that shares a liquor license with another bar has been denied a request to bring back DJ nights. The manager of The Elevens on Pleasant Street was before the License Commission Tuesday saying it shouldn’t be punished for what happens next door at Tully’s. Last month both bars were shut down briefly because of a June incident at Tully O’Reilly’s where six people were arrested. Part of the agreement was there would be no more DJ nights. Tuesday commissioners said the sanctions must apply to both bars, regardless of any difference in tone between the two establishments.
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