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Stripped

At Disneyland, we're all ears ... but not ALL ears

February 19th, 2010

I once asked a customer from Anaheim if he liked Disneyland. He didn't. He probably hates kittens, too.

  • A transsexual was being serviced in a most appropriate way, especially if you are a transsexual.

  • I didn't want to believe the news from the TV, so I just kept cleaning the kitchen.

  • A new year and a new decade have arrived, and I am grateful for the crumpled, sweaty singles in my panties.

  • I had a really nice customer on my first day back. We had a kind of an exclusivity thing going.

  • Having been felled by the flu, I lost 10 pounds and have spent a sufficient time away from stripping.

  • You drink. You get lap dances. You barf. Is it not time to call it a night?

  • The job description is a little different -- waitress instead of dancer -- and who knows how long it'll last.

  • The StripperMobile is gone, but not forgotten, and maybe it'll be back, which would be Deja Vu all over again.

  • I'm using an electronic instrument to type this blog. Guess what it is.

  • My friend who was dressed as a slutty nun is rare, and not because she was dressed as a slutty nun.

  • I've not worked since law enforcement raided my place of work. Is this a sign that stripping might have ended for me?

  • Plans for a new museum? The restoration of his Vegas home? The famously flamboyant showman is back in the spotlight.

  • The crowd felt restrained, as if holding out for a moment to really let loose. For some, it never came.

  • The space where Little Buddha once thrived finally gets filled.

  • Plus the Violent Femmes and Train—on the same bill.

  • MGM Resorts International and Live Nation announced this morning their new music festival: Route 91 Harvest. Originally known as Route 91, the three-day country music extravaganza takes its name from Las Vegas Boulevard.

  • The new Downtown hot spot's menu was a collective effort among Andrews, Kerry Simon and Cory Harwell.

  • Planes: Fire & Rescue is dull, predictable and flat, with decent animation but lifeless characters.

  • If any reviewer ever deserved to have a documentary made about his life, it’s Roger Ebert.

  • Timing and characterization are critical—but both are lacking across the board.

  • The Sheffield singer and bassist talks playing the U.S., comparisons to The Smiths and more.

  • Don't let your fine mind become a liability, Virgo.

  • Made official this morning with a release from the show’s host hotel, the Cosmopolitan, is that “Vegas Nocturne” indeed played its last shows Saturday night at the restaurant, lounge and entertainment fortress Rose. Rabbit. Lie. ...

  • Considering Las Vegas' sexy Sin City image, how provocative can performance be on Las Vegas Boulevard?

  • As great nights with old friends tend to, it flew by, leaving the audience buzzing but also a bit bummed.

  • Amid chatter about the unsteady future of “Vegas Nocturne” at Rose. Rabbit. Lie. in the Cosmopolitan, an online report posted today says the show is effectively being put to sleep. The same story said the show might surface at the soon-to-open SLS. ...

  • The Weekly's Spencer Patterson points you to Carla Bozulich, Morgan Delt, Innercity Ensemble and more.

  • From fireworks shows to community events to nightclub parties, how to celebrate America's big 238.

  • Cosplay costumes, a role-playing game called DrunkQuest and more.

  • Plus live music at Lavo, a Kickstarter and upcoming releases from Vegas locals.