Meet Nadia Abdelrhman, a Stranger reader who has vowed to do everything The Stranger suggests for the entire month of March. Look for her reports daily on Slog and Line Out. —Eds.

Last night TRUST celebrated a year of successful dance parties—with a dance party at Chop Suey. And according to TRUST's website, TRUST is "Kid Hops and SunTzu Sound combined to create one of the most popular parties in recent times."

I arrived at Chop Suey pretty early. It was 10 p.m. and only a few folks were scattered around the club, their heads bouncing slowly to the music as they sipped their drinks in the low light.

Within the last few days I've developed a case of bronchitis (I'm guessing, although it's already clearing up), so I imbibe a steady flow of hot toddies as the crowd begins to pile in. An hour later the dance floor is filling up.

I think it's safe to say that the crowd can be described as happy. DJ Kid Hops is bringing stray feet into the fold with a mixture of disco, house, and soul. I didn't feel like dancing all that much, but I can't seem to resist the beats and I too end up on the dance floor. Eventually the coughing kicked back in so I went home where I belonged.

But from the couple of hours I was there, TRUST's anniversary party was a lot of fun, and had I not been hacking up a lung, I would have stayed until the end. Suggests approved.