NORFOLK, Va. (AP) | Outside of the Hershee Bar’s main entrance, two lit candles sat on a bench Halloween night. Sandwiched between them was a sign.
“Thank you Hershee Bar for ‘being there’ for me when no one else was,” it read.
Inside, flashing lights lit up the dance floor. A 1990s R&B mix blared through the speakers as people dressed as Run DMC, Minnie Mouse and pharaohs flashed their driver’s licenses to get in.