Archive for May, 2008


Announcing the next stop on the Naughty America 2008 Party Tour — Chicago!

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Chicago party posterOur next fan appreciation party is at Joe’s Sports Bar at 940 W. Weed St. in Chicago on May 24th, 2008 (Google Maps link).

Celebrity guests include Roxy Deville, Roxy Reynolds, Angelina Valentine, Mika Tan, Milan, Abbey Brooks, Scarlett Pain, Sophia Lomeli, and your favorite Naughty America staff including Laura and Stargirl. Our adult celebrities will be signing pictures all night, and if the last party in Brooklyn was any indication, they’ll be getting wild and crazy on the dance floor, tables, and any other horizontal surface they can find.

We’ll be having a dinner buffet from 8pm – 10pm, free open bar from 8pm – 11pm, and free beer and wine from 11pm – 2am.

Tickets are $25 at the door, and we expect it to fill up fast so show up early! 21+ with ID only.

Are you going? Let people know!

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And as always, follow the action on The Naughty American’s Liveblog

For more information, including a video invitation from Sophia Lomeli, please check out the article on The Naughty American.


Brooklyn Party Video

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Post Script: Day Two, Manhattan – Brooklyn

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I woke up feeling like a pile of dogshit at 11 a.m.,… missed about 14 phone calls from Abbey Brooks’ agent…. Evidently, they didn’t get the address of the hotel from me, and I forgot to give it to them, so when she arrived at 5:00 a.m. and I had my phone on silent,… well,… she was SOL at JFK until they reached Mika Tan.

I felt so so horrible, but Abbey is cool and she didn’t beat me too badly when she saw me. We rallied the troops and went to get some pizza at a place called Pronto near our hotel. After chowing down, we took cabs to our hotel in Brooklyn, where we ran into Ava Devine in the lobby. (So sad she is retired!)

The staff went over to the 507 Bar and Grill in Williamsburg to set up. Ace showed up an hour late, as usual. We were kind of stressing at this point and getting back to the hotel, showered, and dressed – not to mention getting something to eat – became a race against time.

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