By midnight, the basement of one of Havana's hottest clubs is packed wall-to-wall for a private concert by one of Cuba's biggest pop stars.
Documents from the FBI reveal that J. Edgar Hoover took personal offense to comedian George Carlin following his appearances on "The Carol Burnett Show" and "Jackie Gleason."
So long to Ritzy and farewell to Cinderella Rockafella – the long tradition of the great British nightclub appears to be on the way out.
"They just want to use these words. 'That's racist. That's sexist. That's prejudice.' They don't even know what they're talking about"
A holy war in the city where Muslims indulge in sleaze forbidden back home.
Writing for Breitbart.com, John Nolte showed more perspicacity than almost anyone I've seen relative to the unexpected death of comedian Joan Rivers. Nolte wrote: "With the death of Joan Rivers at 81 Thursday, we lost one more icon in a dwindlin
Doug Stanhope bit from Beer Hall Putsch
A local band leader and downtown bar operator is challenging the Indiana Department of Homeland Security's authority to regulate and permit live entertainment.
How one New York bartender fused alcohol and marijuana forever .
Bill Clinton and his tryst with Monica Lewinsky is of course legend! But as a former President the good times are definitely not over. As Hillary travels the world as Secretary of State in the Obama administration, Bill travels the world and l
Reddit recently asked anonymous casino workers to share what really goes down in the gambling industry.
R3VOLution on the Rocks, is an idea that a group of Ron Paul/Liberty supporters felt was needed to meet and socialize with other liberty-minded individuals and talk about the issues we feel are important.
Prospective guests at Dubai's Burj Al-Arab, the self-described "most luxurious hotel in the world," are shown a ten minute video. This glamorous footage is supposed to convince people to spend up to $2,500 per night.
Chris Bliss explores the inherent challenge of communication, and how comedy opens paths to new perspectives.
Las Vegas is dealing a full house this weekend at what could be its biggest-ever New Year's Eve bash.
A new app aims to maximize the chances of meeting a member of the opposite sex by using facial recognition technology to show how many men and women there are in any given bar.
Go watch and support Jordan Page Thursday May 26th 8pm in Los Angeles, CA / Jordan Page Live in Concert at the historic nightclub "The Mint"
Here’s list of the 20 best American cities for beer drinkers. Cheers!
It’s not every day a town council weighs buying a cabaret. However, since Star Valley incorporated five years ago, the town council has dreamed of the day they would see Pete’s Place pack up its poles and disappear. [...] “The town would love to
So, the Muslim investors championing the construction of the new mosque near Ground Zero claim it's all about strengthening the relationship between the Muslim and non-Muslim world. As an American, I believe they have every right to build the mo
A club in Singapore tries a new way to draw the right customers.
A Montana bachelor party get way out of hand--and ends with the groom-to-be getting arrest and then head-butting a cop--and that's not the half of it.
The analyst also cut her Las Vegas casino revenue expectations for both businesses. She now expects MGM's casino revenue to fall 15 percent for the year, compared with a prior estimate for a 5 percent decline.
Scottsdale, AZ douche bags and yes my hair is a little crazy like that but I'm not a big douche......I hope...haha
Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Michael Sauer ordered the 26-year-old socialite to serve her full 45-day sentence, spokesman Allan Parachini said in a televised news conference. Hilton screamed and called for her mother as she left.
Syrian police arrested the country's leading rights lawyer and 5 other rights activists, as a government newspaper rebuked those who had signed a petition calling for an improvement in Syrian-Lebanese relations. Anwar al-Bunni was dragged away
Ghetto Gourmet runs out of a rented Craftsman home. Word of mouth brought out adventurous diners eager to fork over $30 for four courses of the likes of pan-seared duck and chevre crepes. The health department—and fear of salmonella—be damned.
William Butler said he does not go to strip clubs. He finds them depressing, filled by men purchasing companionship through dollar bills. That said, Butler brought his Mercedes to an abrupt stop to sign a petition that might protect the clubs from ne
Dying is easy. Comedy is hard.
Did you hear the one about the comic who so thoroughly offended a foreign country he could face legal action from its government?