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Topic - Playboy Club
Playboy Club is a chain of nightclubs owned and operated by Playboy Enterprises. These clubs were on hiatus from 1991 to 2006. Now the clubs are again opening worldwide. The very first club opened at 116 E. Walton in downtown Chicago, Illinois, United States on February 29, 1960. The clubs were more than mere cocktail bars with entertainment, featuring Playboy Bunnies serving drinks and fine food to keyholders, and performances by some big names in entertainment. There are now three operating Playboy Clubs - in Macao, Cancun, and Las Vegas, which is in the Palms Casino Resort. - Source: Wikipedia
After a month of heated debate, the government in the tourist hotspot of Goa refused permission for promoters to open the country’s first Playboy club in a 22,000-square-foot open-air property on upmarket Candolim beach.
During NBC's slow slide to near-irrelevancy in prime time over the past decade, a succession of entertainment executives sat in boardrooms plotting comeback moves that didn't work.
It's the moment before the moment of truth. The new fall series are in the wings, just days or weeks from bursting into view and discovering their fate.
Things are looking up for Charlie Sheen's "Anger Management."
Officials say the Playboy Club at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas will close in June.
Promoting the newsmagazine "Rock Center" in advance of its Halloween-night debut has been something of a challenge for anchor Brian Williams and his NBC News colleagues.
NBC is cutting the low-rated new sitcom "Free Agents" loose.
NBC said Tuesday that its 1960s period-piece drama, "The Playboy Club," is being canceled, less than 24 hours after the new series drew just 3.5 million people for its third episode. It's the first cancellation of the fall TV season.
NBC's Playboy Club is closing early.
NBC's Playboy bunnies are being replaced by Brian Williams.
The number of gay and bisexual characters on scripted broadcast network TV has dipped slightly this season to 19 out of nearly 650 roles, according to the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation.
Villainous "Glee" cheerleading coach Sue Sylvester, portrayed by comedian Jane Lynch, will mimic conservative presidential candidate Michele Bachmann in the television show's third season.
If the fall TV season is any guide, the sexual revolution that was supposed to liberate men and women from traditional sex roles seems to have resulted instead in a straight-up role reversal.
"It's shocking, I know," says Gloria Steinem, allowing herself a wry grin.
The legendary Playboy bunny costume can be pretty snug, but it puts a wearer in the mood.