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Combat Zone, the

The city's "adult entertainment district," located between Downtown Crossing and Chinatown, more or less. The porno places are now almost entirely gone, and the "combat" these days are mostly between developers and Chinatown residents who don't want to be displaced by expensive condos planned for the area's rundown buildings.
Chris Gassler

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Does anyone remember desire???? Caruso ' in revere was where she got popular.and how about king arthurs???

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Greetings, all.

I'm looking to purchase artifacts from the heyday of the CZ. Posters, photos, ashtrays, matchbooks, etc. are especially desirable but I'd consider anything. Please email me at [email protected] if interested. Many thanks!

John

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By the way, thought folks might like this WGBH footage of Washington St. in 1979. Naked i etc. are shown toward end. http://bostonlocaltv.org/catalog/V_EA2LCPOPLJN84AM

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This is an old thread. If anybody is still here I would like to share how I spent one summer during college in the early 70's in the Combat Zone.
I answered an add for a seamstress and found myself in the amazing world of costumes made by a person I never heard of, Hedy. I was the youngest and so did only basic tasks but I can tell you that the standards were incredibly high, the the machines, the fabrics and ornamentation all the best. Watching Hedy sew on the strings of beads, sequins and rhinestones was like watching a magician.
You had to go up a creaky elevator operated by her husband to get to the shop. I might have been nervous except that Ralph was such a nice man. The three of us girls worked together passing each garment from one phase of design, measure and cut to the construction, detailing and final finishing by Hedy. I never thought, growing up in rural America that I would be twisting feather boas or making g strings but the atmosphere was great, the customers wonderful the product awesome. Anyone who possesses one of Hedy's creations is a very very lucky person.
None of us knew Hedy had had a sex change operation. It was a shock at first but didn't make any difference. She was so cool.
I did not get enough hours there and a dancer asked me if I wanted to dance. That was NOT me! Then she said
there was a restaurant opening around the corner called the VIlla. There I worked with Devon St John, Patsy the incredible cook and a wonderful waiter named Jimmy Conte. When the clubs closed we were hammered. Devon was dressed as you would expect a hostess to be but ended up working in the kitchen where things were nuts. Meantime things were nuts in the dining room as well. But Jimmy, who had his own station, somehow always showed up to help out us younger ones. If he was not just the best coworker in the world he went the extra mile and always walked me to the subway and waited with me until it opened in the early AM.
Jimmy and his partner had a party at his home and there were all his friends which mixed the dancers and strippers with the "girls" from the costume shop and other characters. Now these were not the people I grew up knowing about but conversation was easy. We made fun of our landlords, raved about our pets and of course the outrageous food. We all got that we were more the same than different
I was never in any of the clubs. I only know the walk from the subway station to the Villain the dark with all the neon lights was sort of creepy. Then one day a bouncer stopped me and asked my name. I felt SO intimidated, I told him my first name. He then asked " Where are you from?" Now I was spooked but I told him. He said, " My uncle is there!" Certain he was lying I asked if he was a professor at the college. He told me, no, he was in the federal penitentiary. At that we both bust out laughing because of course! Every night that we caught sight of each other we could not help but laugh. I never knew his name but I always felt that if I ever a creep bothered me on the street he would jump in and scare the living daylights out of the guy. I never felt in danger in the Combat Zone because of all the nice people there who, like me, probably never envisioned being in a place like that.
What a neat experience. I learned a lot and want to thank everyone for the memories.

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The Combat Zone has been gone for years, but why change the name? Its parts of the Coity's history, although not as vogue as beacon Hill, North Square or other area locals, its still part of Boston's Story. Lets change ChinaTown's name to South Cove. i thinks Chinatown is a racist term. Or The North End, Or Mission Hill

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Does anyone remember when Good Time Charlie's became the Club New Orleans? I left MA. in '82, visited in '85 and everything was different. I heard Charlie (owner of GTC's and several other Combat Zone clubs had moved away. And while GTC's had some sort of jazz club upstairs, CNO featured the blues artist Weepin Willie on a regular basis. I think there were still hookers working out of the club but it was less blatant.

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leo o'donnell(caribbe lounge) who shared his dancers with me! john and his brother caesar,who owned and ran the (six's-663 lounge and harry's) shared their dirty little secrets with me of what girl was RIGHT and what girl was WRONG! rice-athena(wow)-cindy-debbie-and hundeds of others over 20 years! those will always remain the best times of my life.....LONG LIVE THE ZONE!!!!!!!!

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It's been 35years but I still remember Arthur Venos, Kendall Pacios,Madame Butterfly, Satin, it was an adventure and I loved my time in the zone! Good memories of good people -I danced at Club 66.

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I remember Venus, Tom the doorman, Chip the woman in charge of the dancers... Arthur, Kendall, Mr. Zingas, the poor boy who was shot in Chinatown ( he was a boyfriend of one of the dancers) etc CLUB 66 Sometimes I hear a song and remember dancing to it-Van Morrison "Into the Mystic" and Journey "Loving, touching and squeezing" -long time ago and far away!!

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I posted a couple days ago and it may be early but I have not viewed any replies, so I will ask if any of the former dancers, or patrons recall a young dancer that worked at the I and once in awhile at the liberty named chrystal??She started there when she was 18 and worked from 81, or 82 until late 84 or early 85. Her photo was on the front door at the I( I assume with other girls as well) she is wearing a lavendor kind of purple teddy. She lived shortly with another older dancer for a short while and hung out with several of the dancers when not at work. I dont want to mention her last name (to respect her privacy) however her first name is angelique (angel). chrystal was her stage name, around five foot six, 120 pounds, brown eyes brown hair (maybe frosted) and of course very attractive with really nice legs. Nice girl got along well with all.

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looking for any-one who worked @ Kens early 1970's @ Copley with """ ME"""" in the bakery on the second floor prep cooking or out on the line or on the third floor Prep Cooking. Brookline High Roberts House via my crib at the circle??

REMEMBER PAY DAY ON FRIDAYS AT BANK OF NEW ENGLAND THEN EVERY ONE GOING FOR DRINKS AT PLAY BOY CLUB DURING LUNCH HOUR EVERY ONE SNEEKIN ME IN TO PLAY BOY CLUB TO CHECK OUT THE BUNNY RABBITS !!!

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I'd like to SHARE all these Combat Zone comments on my Facebook page but how do you do it? I have a new book out, "The Combat Zone," in paper and ebook about a P. I. in the early 1970's Combat Zone. 1st book in a series.

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Here's an Amazon link to my 2015 novel, "The Combat Zone," about the Zone in the 70's.
www.amazon.com/The-Combat-Zone-Jed-Power/dp/0985861789

[email protected]

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Anyone remember the Night of the Paramount Hotel Fire on Janurary 28th 1966, when My division
was having a Party down there and at around 6.30 P.m. , they came into the bar where we were and Asked if any Military Guys with Firefighting Training would come help with the Hoses.
We were pretty soused but SOBERED Up quickly when we seen the Bodies being brought out of the Hotel, I recall the Trucks ( Fire trucks ) # 7 & 17 that got there early..

I went by the Nickname of " Hutch " and was dating " GIDGET " that danced there ,
The Bar had a Row of seats up higher than the ones in the Lower stage area...
Where us Sailors hung out....

Any Replys from that night ??

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Does anyone remember the woman Irene who was a regular at the bar in the Paramount Hotel in the 60s? She was killed in the fire.

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DOES ANY ONE REMEMBER A BAR CALLLED MAVERICKS AND THE HOUSE BAND >>>>>>>>>>>SMEGA AND THE NUNS???????????? THAT WAS BOSTON SMEGMA AND THE NUNS THE JOKES ON YOU AND KAY PARKER AT THE PILGRIM AND THE GREAT ORGIES THREESOME 8 SOMES SHE DID HYAPATIA LEE> LINDA WONG> HONEY WILDER>>> THE DEVIL INSIDE HER BEST MOVIE AT PILGRIM JUST WHIP IT OUT AND SHOOT THE MOON THEN PEE ALL OVER THE FLOOR AFTER SMOKING HALF A LID AND WATCHING FRITZ THE KAT AT INTERMISSION PEOPLE LAUGHED SO HARD I COULDNT STOP THEN KUNG FU MOVIE CAME ON BRUCE LEE ENTER THE DRAGON OR CLEOPATRA JONES MEETS ACTION JACKSON THEN EVERYONE LIT UP AGAIN AND WE ALL STARTED LAUGHING FOR HOURS LIKE DR EVIL DOES EVERY SEAT BACK HAD KUM SHOTS STAINS RUNNING DOWN IT TAMPONS ON THE FLOOR SPENT RUBBERS NIP BOTTLES EVERY WHERE THEY NEVER CLEANED THOSE THEATERS BECUZ THEY WERE OPEN 24 / 7 EVEN ON X MASS>>> THE BEST FARAKAN I EVER WENT TO HIGH AS A KITE AT THE STRAND THEATER WAS TITLED ON YOU TUBE """FARAKAN THE TRUE MEANING OF CHRISTMAS"""" I LAUGHED SO HARD I SMOKE D A LOT OF POT THAT DAY AND I LAUGHED AND LAUGHED AT THE STRAND THEATER

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HERES AN OLD favorite of mine you tube type in the naked i the dixx >> great tune i use play it on the box at Packy Connors and at work at kens >> best place for food Kens @ Copley
heres an oldy but goody the Tap @ brighton Mass

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The Bar we were in was the " Novelty "
2 other guys went with me to Handle the Hoses till we
were relieved by ?? City Workers with ( Irish ) Names ....

Many days ago , it has been..
" Hutch "

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BACK IN THE DAY OF LUCIFERS NARCCISUS RATTYS UP ON ALLSTON THE RAT @ KEN SQ RAT RILEYS BFI BRIGHTON DIST I USE TO HANG TEN WHEN SIX WUZZ NINE AT 1869 BEACON ST APT 2 BROOKLINE AND KING ARTHURS BEVERLY THE HOTSY TOTSY """g""" WAS RUNNING THE BAR AND THE HOTEL KING ARTHURS BACK THEN AND BUTCH BRENAN WAS THE MAYOR OF CHELSEA FUCK THOSE WERE THE DAYS THE GOLDEN BANANA HOCKEY TOWN AGEAN FARE THE SALOON BAR GRILL SOUTH STATION MISS THOSE DAYS AND JOHNY D'S ALLSTON IM TITS UP AT SEARS POINT MAINE CHEMICAL DOCK ON CAPT DOWNING--AMERICAN HEAVY THEFT STAR DUST VIDEO IE LIBERTY BOOK STORE THE FIFTH AMMENDMENT?? ESSEX LIQUOR BUCKET OF BLOOD PUSSY KAT BAR ON LINCOLN STREET WHERE EVERYONE KASHED THEIR NMU/MEBA AND UNEMPLOYMENT CHEQUES AND EVERYONE KNOWS YUR NAME EH HA HA HA HA HA THE COMBAT ZONE A COCK SUCKERS PARADISE REMEMBER THE REGISTRY COPS AND METS??RAT BASTARDS!!! HAPPY SWALLOW GREAT SCOTTS YA GOT YER FRANKS PLACE ON BLUE HILL REGAL DONUT LANES AND THE PENT HOUSE PUB ON BLUE HILL SMEGMA AND THE NUNS RATHSKELLAR ROLLS ROYCE MATTAPAN I HEAR TELL THE CITY IS GOING TO MAKE 1869 BEACON STREET A LANDMARK ON THE FREEDOM TRAIL IN BROOKLINE VENDING MACHINES FOR CLEEN SHEETS TOILET SEAT NAPKINS SANITARY NAPKINS 10 CENTS A PIECE REMEMBER THEM / OLD ENGLISH LEATHER PERFUME AND VENDING MACINES SELLIN RUBBERS IN THE FOYER AT KING ARTHURS IF I HAD MY WAY I

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1970 TO 1980 THE BEST MOLLYS BUNRATTYS GREAT SCOTS THE TAM O SHANTER
KINVARA MAVERICKS JACKS THIS WAS BOSTON !!!!!!!!!!! THIS WAS MASSACHUSETTS IN ITS HEY DAY THEIR WILL NEVER BE ANOTHER!!!!!!!!!!! IF YOU HUNG OUT AT THESE BARS YOU HAVE GRADUATED FROM COLLEGE LUCIFERS JOHN Y D OUR HOUSE EL PHOENIX ROOM 1869 BEACON ST APT 2 PARANORMAL CENTRAL SUNSHINE CLEENERS PINO PIZZA MARYANNS BAR PRESTO PIZZA SHAWMUT BANK

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izzat you ??? - I heard you wuz dead !!! - U got that line you owe me ??? - bahahaha - memba snortin' blow off a dat strippers ass - an' the good times at the Rat - omg we are lucky to be alive !!! - '75 red sox, brah !!!

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1869 beacon === bugga wuff towers the project power rangers of brookline ma via columbia point projects after the """eviction""""" best place to live back in the day 140 stanwood st boston great place life before after 1869 1867 beacon so much fun and excitement the fire works fun center of the hood

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I've enjoyed these posts. Hopefully it's not too late to chime in. I started as a dancer in 1985. Saw Roy Dee's ad for exotic dancers, no experience required. Mel hired me. He preferred girls in gowns. No floor show was required. Mel was a Scollay Square man. We were all sad when he died and son Geoffrey took over. He had none of the class of his old man. Rick was the night manager and Tom the day manager. I still have a pair of gold Stuart Weitzmann stilettos and two gowns, one a Hedy Jo, one made by Scarlett. I still smell the cigarettes when I hold them. I worked with Cheyenne (prettier before her perm), Gezzelle (the best), Dorie Dixon, Linda Lamia (gentle lady), Britney (saved me from mad Lorna who tried to attack me with a hairbrush), Eva (I'll always miss you), Rose (so graceful), Modesty (Wild Is The Wind by Bowie never sounded better), Malika (surrounded by Chinese admirers), Jamie (daytime DJ, elegant lady, I still have cassettes of sets you made for us both), Topaz (half Lebanese and half Japanese - wow), Lee (hilarious), others too numerous to mention. I remember you, Joel, and Babe, Mel's brother, and Joanie, and many other bartenders. There was a constant parade of sexy, feisty ladies, and one or two born entertainers. The place had atmosphere, interesting customers, my very first customer was a sailor from Singapore, I also met authors, comedians, athletes, photographers, students, tycoons, doctors, cooks, con men, you name it. What a terrific education. A customer handed me a strand of pearls as a tip while I was onstage and another drank champagne from my shoe. I learned a lot of valuable lessons about myself and others. Went to at least one meal after hours at the Four Seas with Michael Kwong and company. Felt as glamorous as a star some nights, as dirty as muck on others. Anyone knows anything about Gezzelle, please give me a shout. Thanks.

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Wilhelmenia!
There's a private messenger group of from I employees, sharing memories and meeting. Msg me if you are interested
Victoria (bartender)

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I remember you, Victoria. You were always very nice to me.

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PAULS MALL THE JAZZ WORK SHOP 549 BOYLSTON YEAH MAN WE DID IT ALL 1867 BEACON THE MOVIE THE SEVEN UPS AT THE PILGRIM ROBOT PIMP LIVE YOU TUBE 1869 BEACON PAY PHONE IN THE HALLWAY RINGING OFF THE HOOK OMEGA MAN AT THE PILGRIM WITH HESTON THEN THE STORY OF O THEN THE DEVIL INSIDE HER DEEP THROAT FANNY FOX AND CONGRESSMAN ROBER MILLS

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GO

GO TO >> YOU TUBE TYPE IN """"" THE DIXX NAKED EYE"" enjoy

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Hey Victoria,
Let's talk. You can email me at [email protected]

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Can't believe there is posts about the Combat Zone. So funny I also was a dancer for a few months in 85-86. Worked days, stage name Nikki. I also answered the same ad for dancers.
Crazy times for me back then. Not as sleazy as most people think.
You remember me Wilhelmina?

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I remember Nikki. She always gave a good show, and interacted with the customers in a classy way.

Other favorites were Tozo, JC, Malika, and Rebel.

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I'm an author writing a book about the 1976 murder of Andrew Puopolo in the Combat Zone and the two trials. I am looking for anyone who might have known the defendants Edward Soares, Richie Allen and Leon Easterling.
Please contact me at [email protected] if you do. Thanks.

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Na ya want to write bout the Pent House Pub / Lanes on Blue Hill an 1869 Beacon The Ball room of mars trick or treat RP Mac- Mac Murphy Paper Chase of brookline 4 sure mane you tube the paper chase robot pimp friday night study group in the second living room @ 1869 apt 2 you tube harding s wife 1st living room 1869 apt 2 saturday night you tube dean wormer (mr fiori brookline board of health 1984 entering apt 2 1869 ) entering delta frat house

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MOS EISLEY SPACE PORT CATINA SCENE======= 1970 >>>1984 PENT HOUSE PUB / LANES BLUE HILL AVE MURDER PAN >>> CUNNINGHAMS DORCHESTER OR TRIPLE O MURPHYS LAW OUT SIDE CONLEY TERMINAL TOM ENGLISH MIKEYS PLACE THE TAP BRIGHTON MASS STINKEN LINKEN LOWER BRIGHTON

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Reposting
Combat zone Paramount Hotel Fire
By Glenn Davis (not verified) on Sat, 08/13/2016 - 5:57pm
Anyone remember the Night of the Paramount Hotel Fire on Janurary 28th 1966, when My division
was having a Party down there and at around 6.30 P.m. , they came into the bar where we were and Asked if any Military Guys with Firefighting Training would come help with the Hoses.
We were pretty soused but SOBERED Up quickly when we seen the Bodies being brought out of the Hotel, I recall the Trucks ( Fire trucks ) # 7 & 17 that got there early..
I went by the Nickname of " Hutch " and was dating " GIDGET " that danced there ,
The Bar had a Row of seats up higher than the ones in the Lower stage area...
Where us Sailors hung out....
Any Replys from that night ??

Novelty Bar 1966
By Glenn " Hutch " Davis (not verified) on Mon, 08/15/2016 - 6:28pm
The Bar we were in was the " Novelty "
2 other guys went with me to Handle the Hoses till we
were relieved by ?? City Workers with ( Irish ) Names ....
Many days ago , it has been..
" Hutch "
[email protected]
Leave a Phone Number in
Subject Line or No Reply to Emails
Writing this to find the Veteran Sailors that were with me there
That Night

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I'm an author writing a book about the 1976 murder of Andrew Puopolo and the two trials that followed. Does anyone know or remember Eddie Soares, who was a jewelry peddler in the Combat Zone for a long time? Or does anyone know how I can get in contact with any of his relations or old friends? If so, please email me at [email protected]. Thanks for any help you can offer.

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I lived and worked in the combat from 67 to 79......loved every day........the girls ...some were hot....the hookers the pimps the thiefs .....And it seem like that the people who went to party......they were the ones that gave the combat zone a bad rep.....they came in like they were big and bad......but they wee nothing but sissy bitches......from the killing of Andrew Puopolo.......back in 77.......if he was not beating on a hooker.....because she wanted more money than he was wiling to pay.....he slapped her...a few times...her boy friend was across the street.....one thing lead to another......it was the people who came to party that gave Washington St. a bad name......so if there are any people out here that think the people working there were the cause of its bad name......so if you do notb know what happen that night shut the fuck up....BITCHES

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Hello Everyone,
I am currently working on a podcast chronicling interviews with anyone who was in contact with the zone. Whether you be a dancer, cop, business owner or a person who went there on the weekends. I would love to hear your story.

You can reach me at my email here: [email protected]
Thanks,
Jeremy

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two songs for the combat zone

the naked eye by the dixx you tube>>> combat zone songs

flogging molly fuck you im drunk you tube >>>>>> combat zone songs

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Hey folks- Demain here again (Dawn real name). After reading all these and seeing a lot about Suzanne, I decided to call The Glass Slipper on the off chance she might be working there. She is not but the bartender remembers her, told me her real name- (But I am not posting it here as she is an extremely private person). We were kinda friends when I danced there, then she became close to favorite customer (which whom I became very dear friends) after I moved to Austin in 1990, til his death in 2000. I also worked with Britany- who looked just like Linda Evans- but we all knew she was trans. She was a sweetheart. Anyone remember the nasty bartender who beat up the gorgeous dancer and then she went on stage and put a knife into his head. I was not there that night but got the news very fast. I don't remember her name, just that she was quite shy and lovely. Got sent to MCI. Very sad. Anyone ever know another trannie named Carmen who danced at the Living Room, or Kim who also danced there then went to the I and was a dj or something, I am still in touch with her -beautiful black gal. Anyway...looking forward to more memories. Hey Paulie Boy my sister just loved your Dad. (She was visiting me from Canada and danced under the name Kelly. At the Intermission. ) Best to everyone. Dawn ([email protected]) aka Demian. my stage name.

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Does anyone remember the dancer Jennifer? She was beautiful red hair tanned, she was always the headliner. Also does anyone remember the strip club owner Stanley Kalis. He owned a few, the golden banana, king Arthur’s pussycat and squire maybe. I know Jennifer married him.

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Dancer named "tozo" (sp?) would start her routine by doing a vertical split and spiking her heel in the ceiling at the Naked-I, (front room). She left and went to CA to become a professional dancer. Somewhere 1979-1982 or so. I had the biggest crush on her.

I worked as a bouncer / back-up barman at Naked I for a short time. Girl in one of my classes at Tufts started one night and was scared when she saw me, until I gently pointed out that I worked there too and my job was to protect her, in and out of the club.

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My granddad was a friend of Louis Venus (Venios) from before WWII and I used to drink Pabst as a young kid at Jerome's where I was always Mike's grandkid - welcome and safe though not yet legal to drink.
I would drive my "52 Dodge into the city and spend time at the two O'clock, Silver Dollar and listened often to Roger Pace and the Pacemakers with "Flame" Vachon dancing in between sets.
Washington Street could be sinister but it and the North End was an adventure for a kid from Woburn/Winchesteer in the 60"s.

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I, too, had a crush on Tozo. Like all of the other dancers, she was pretty and had a gorgeous figure; but her personality and flirtatiousness put her at the top of the list. I was sad to see her go.

There was also a bartender named Nancy, who I got to know a little bit.

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Looking for my cooking teacher """"" DOC"""""" on the back GRILL line @ Kens 1970"S

Thanks for teaching me how cook and marinate meat balls and make Monte Cristo " s my favorite!

AND CHECKING OUT THE LADIES AT BOSTON PLAY BOY CLUB AND GETTING TO DRINK UNDER AGE and getting my first piece of ass 2>>> in back room at the play boy klub boston !!

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I danced in various CZ clubs from ‘72-‘76. The Four Corners where Rocky worked the bar and Angela ´The Upsidedown Girl’ still occassionally performed her act. Cookie, Peaches, Angel, Patty, Tracy and Mimi also danced there at the time. Mimi often worked double shifts and would spend the beginning of her shift applying makeup. Her signature look was hair up and elaborate butterfly eyes. Also worked upstairs at The Attic and Champagne Lounges, owned and operated by Sal and his son Joe Milinki. And several doors down at the Living Room with Maureen and Nanette. I enjoyed this period of my young life but was clear-eyed about the risk — that it was fine for a few years but after that it was time to move on.

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THE FINAL CLUB TO GO UNDER WUZ THE OTHER SIDE STRIP CLUB FITCHBURG MASS REMEMBER K ING ARTHURS AND BEVERLY

DO YOU REMEMBER THE COMPOUND FITCHBURG MASS HOBART HOE-DOWN BLARNEY BLOW OUT THE DIXX NAKED EYE ON YOU TUBE

SAMMY WHITES BOWLING ALLEY

THE CHICKEN COOP IN MEXICO MAINE

THE BROKEN WHEEL MEXICO MAINE

BETHEL PIZZA?? BETHEL MAINE

$ 25 DOLLARS FOR CASE PF PBR COLD TEA AT 0200 IN DORCHESTAH THROUGH A METAL DOOR

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