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A Man Pulled Up Outside Of A Hollywood Bar And Stabbed A Woman

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A woman was the victim of an alleged stabbing outside of a bar in Hollywood early this morning. The LAPD said it began with a verbal fight between several women inside of Boardner's on N. Cherokee Avenue and Hollywood Boulevard, KTLA reports. The fight moved outside where a man drove up in a black car, got out and stabbed one of the women, and then jumped back in his car and drove off.

The woman was taken to the hospital, but her condition has yet to be revealed.

Boardner's is a popular Hollywood club that features alternative dance nights throughout the week. Last night's would have been Blue Mondays, an '80s-themed event.