“I’ve got bigger tits than the broads in here!” quipped the jovial Steve Schirripa.
The Brooklyn-born actor perhaps best known for his role as Bobby Baccalieri on HBO’s The Sopranos had just arrived at the boozy grand-opening party for the newly rebranded Sapphire New York strip club on Monday, April 27, looking very “legitimate businessman” Read More
The notorious West Chelsea nightclub where the actress Lindsay Lohan honed her pole-dancing skills may soon be back in business.
Real estate investor Robert Gans has purchased the shuttered Scores West building at 533-535 West 28th Street, where scantily clad dancers entertained numerous celebrities over the years, ranging from radio host Howard Stern Read More
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Damon Dash is claiming that a feud between rappers Jay-Z and Kanye West was caused by Jay-Z’s refusal to "knight" Mr. West onstage with a "gleaming chain." Read More
Rival operators appear to be scavaging over what’s left of the bankrupt Scores empire.
Robert Gans, owner of Manhattan’s Penthouse Executive Club, has applied for a liquor license at the former Scores West strip club at 533-535 West 27th Street.
Meanwhile, proprietors of the Las Vegas-based strip club Sapphire–who earlier caused Read More
Racking up huge bills has long been part of the exotic experience at Scores, the infamous Manhattan-based chain of upscale strip clubs that built a nationwide reputation by catering to celebrities and wealthy executives.
Only it used to be the patrons’ problem. Cover charge: $30 per person. ATM fees: $18.50 per Read More
Embattled Scores owner Richard Goldring is suing the city and State Liquor Authority (S.L.A.) in federal court, alleging that the government’s recent crackdown on his two Manhattan strip clubs violates his First Amendment rights.
In court papers, his latest attorney called last month’s revocation of Mr. Goldring’s liquor license at Scores West "a Read More
The champagne room has finally gone dry at embattled Manhattan strip club Scores West.
The New York Post reports that authorities from the New York State Liquor Authority (S.L.A.) showed up Wednesday to confiscate the voluptuous 10,000-square-foot venue’s precious liquor license.
(Albeit apparently not before getting a visit from reality TV couple Alex Read More