Granted, we’ve seen enough "Saturday Night Live" episodes to know Jason Sudeikis is one funny dude. However, the New York Post’s page 6 wants us to believe that he’s also some kind of sexual shaman who only likes to grant miracles to himself. Last week it was reported that Sudeikis’ fiancee, the inferno-level hot, appropriately named actress Olivia WIlde, planned a romantic date for her and Sudeikis at Manhattan’s famed Penthouse Executive Club where they shared a private room and two entertainers for hours. Strippers paid for by Olivia Wilde, with (presumably) a passionate night for the couple to follow. Sudeikis...sensi. Teach us.
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Alpha Patterned Carpet is still in business!"Last week our facility experienced a fire; fortunately no one was injured," says Alpha Patterned Carpet's Kristin Messick. "None of our printing or tufting equipment was damaged; however soot and smoke residue spread throughout the plant. The manufacturers of our equipment recommended a thorough cleaning and inspection to ensure that everything is clean and in proper working condition to assure and maintain our level of quality. Manufacturing will be delayed for two weeks, but our design staff, sales and custom sample departments are still hard at it!"
Alpha Patterned Carpet's turnaround time is typically two weeks, so all new orders should not be affected.
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As the world turns its attention to Super Bowl XLVII this Sunday, the adult nightclubs of New Orleans stand ready for what will potentially be their best weekend ever. As millions of visitors descend upon the French Quarter, southern hospitality gets a whole new meaning for customers looking to experience the exotic side of the Crescent City. Before Mardi Gras decends on Bourbon, come read how the clubs of NOLA are preparing to host the biggest parties in the country, back-to-back.
We asked—you answered.Because we at ED Publications are always striving to create the most enjoyable, most informative and most valuable EXPO experience possible for our attendees, exhibitors and sponsors, it is critical that we receive honest feedback regarding all areas of the EXPO. What did you like? What can we do better? What would you like to see more of? These questions—and several more—were featured in our post-EXPO survey, which was available online at EDpublications.com for all EXPO 2012 attendees.
Here, we’re featuring comments from several of those who responded. Some elected to keep their responses anonymous, and in some cases, we did not repeat answers that were repetitive amongst several respondents (for example, literally half of those who responded to this survey suggested that they prefer table seating at the Awards Show, as opposed to theater seating; we’ve only printed a few of these comments in lieu of repeating the same responses again and again).
We’d like to thank all of those who took the time to fill out our survey (please also see the exhibitor survey responses at the end of this section), and we are looking forward to incorporating these suggestions into our EXPO 2013 agenda. — Dave Manack
Portland, OR –December 11, 2012— LumiNight USA is a company that sells Luminex® (manufactured exclusively in Italy) products such as skirts, halter-tops, costumes, shoes, boots, and more. The clothing is luminous and great for nightclubs, entertainers, dancers, and more. Material is woven with fiber optic material that lights up using only 1 (one) small high-powered LED light
Strip club kingpin Jack Galardi diesJack Galardi, who started his strip club empire in Las Vegas in the 1970s, died at his Georgia ranch on Saturday, close friends confirmed.
Galardi, 80, was one of the country's most successful strip club owners, owning nearly 50 over the years, according to longtime business partner Ron Stevens.
A strip club was flattened and a day care center was heavily damaged in the massive blast Friday night in Springfield, one of New England's biggest cities.
Investigators were trying Saturday to figure out what caused the blast that could be heard for miles, left a large hole in the ground where the multistory brick building housing Scores Gentleman's Club once stood and scattered debris over several blocks.