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Thursday, October 28, 2004

Halloween: Sights, Sounds and Things in the Ground

It's Halloween in Vegas. That means loud music, evil divas and a locally-made box to lay in when you finally snuff it.

Friday the 27th: Party up with Molly at Famous John's. From her site...

''Halloween Fest! ...come down to Famous John's for a special night with the NIGHT SHAKERS (featuring Grant Larsen of the Latest Flames) and hear me spin some WICKED ROCK N' ROLL!  252 Convention Center Dr. (in the Sommerset Plaza) 696-9722  No Cover, however donations are much appreciated!  10 p.m.''

Saturday the 28th: Local Fetish photographer Justice Howard will be unveiling her latest work, "Evil Divas," at the Las Vegas Fetish and Fantasy Halloween Ball.

"Yes, yes, I would make a series of posters harkening back in feel and flavor to the Horror B-Movie posters of the 1950’s and 1960’s era when exploitation and sensationalism were the hot promotional selling points. An era when horror movies had fun and fantasy, back when they had tush and titties."

You can read about Ms. H in her Eros-Zine interview. And you can check out posters of the tushes and titties on this page with links of the naked and the evil.

If you still haven't had enough music, there's Sin City Sounds' "Fright Night" with The Swank Bastards, Skorchamenza, Sin City Grind Kittens Burlesque and The Bargain DJ Collective at Matteo's Restaurant and Underground Lounge.

Lastly, you're all going to die. And when you do, why not support Nevada business by purchasing a fine coffin or casket from Coffin It Up. Don't know the difference between a coffin and casket? Pahrump locals Bryan and Dusty Schoening explained this and more in the rather nice Review-Journal article Flirting With Death.

Happy Halloween!

posted by Mr. Kimberly at


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey, I love your page and was just wondering, since I missed it, if you had anything relevant about what went on at the book festival? I wanted to see tod goldberg and David Corbett but was stuck at work. Any juicy news?


Jeff Coffman

11:06 PM


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