Disco Balls Are Making a Comeback. Here’s Why.

In these unsettling times, a twirling party from the ceiling can be an effective pick-me-up.

A hair salon set in a former church is unexpected. Add a chandelier made of at least 20 disco balls? That’s a good time, says Yoshi Burke, the salon’s owner.

Mr. Burke, 32, opened the aptly named Disco Salon in the Grant Park neighborhood of Atlanta in March, and though the space is surrounded by stained glass windows, it’s impossible not to gaze at the massive bulbous sculpture held together with industrial chain and metal zip ties.

“I love it,” Mr. Burke said. “The sun comes up on the side, and it moves and illuminates these two

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