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Women and Hollywood Forever

Women and Hollywood Forever

THE SECRET SOCIETY OF THE SISTERHOOD

Pamela Des Barres, Nicole Byer, Michelle Tea, Siel Ju, Kayden Kross, with Venus and The Moon, and host Trish Nelson

IN THE MASONIC LODGE AT HOLLYWOOD FOREVER
THURSDAY 03.01.2018
SEATED SHOW IN THE MASONIC LODGE
*** DO NOT PARK ON THE STREETS OUTSIDE THE CEMETERY ***

Calling to order all women and fierce allies of women!

Commencing on the full moon of every month in the glow of a candlelit room, The Secret of The Sisterhood invites some of the most prolific, iconic and diverse women of our generation to come together in front of our intimate audience, and share personal stories surrounding the topic of the evening.

The theme for March 1st is “I thought I was going to die!”.

Proceeds will be donated to Planned Parenthood (plannedparenthood.org)

by Reviewer Rob

“The Secret of The Sisterhood invites some of the most prolific, iconic and diverse women of our generation to come together in front of our intimate audience, and share personal stories…”

So said the promo email. All I saw was the photo of Kayden Kross. The names at first were irrelevant but afterward I saw Pamela Des Barres and realized I wanted to see if not meet the author and former rock groupie.

It looked like a great show. I wanted to attend and cover the event but hadn’t found out about it until the night before when I got the email from their press agent and impulsively bought a ticket.

I’m still based in San Diego as of this writing but have been groaning to take another roadtrip. Even one as short as up to L.A. for the day. Just anything to get out of this sunny peaceful town. I’ve been thinking about Vegas again, which I was at only five weeks ago for AVN and InterNEXT. Or maybe Portland or Seattle when the weather warms up a bit more. Even Dallas or NOLA. Hell, I’ll drive to D.C. just to visit the National Gallery this summer. I need a roadtrip so badly.

But then an hour before setting out for Hollywood Forever I realized that my mini Reviewervan, the Safari, had yet to be smogged and tagged for 2018, and it was the day before it was due and when the registration fee would go up. I’d been lagging. So I opted to try and get it to pass smog and then registered at a place where I can do both and pay extra for the tag before trying to make it to the show 100 miles to the north in Hollywood. On a good night I can make it in an hour and a half to the Rainbow bar,

I eventually foregoed the ride to stay in town and take care of this detail. My van needed work. I’m so responsible.

No refund I guess on the ticket I bought. I’ll just consider it a small donation to the cause of women in Hollywood’s Secret Underground Society Of Hotties.

Plus there’s that photo of Kayden Kross, omg. Kayden Kross. So obscenely hot. That sly smile, that turned ankle, that blonde hair and perfect skin… ungh.

Kayden Kross, just doing her thing, photo via Hollywood Forever
Kayden Kross, just doing her thing, photo via Hollywood Forever
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David Bowie Dies One Week After Releasing Final Album

David Robert Jones; 8 January 1947 – 10 January 2016)
No More A Lad Insane, A Week After Final Album Release

Goodbye Ziggy Stardust: David Bowie’s Long Career Ends On A High Note

It’s been announced tonight by his family and friends online via Facebook that David Bowie has died peacefully at home today at the age of 69, surrounded by loved ones. He had recently fought a battle with cancer, it was said.

I think the rock press owes us a more closely reported health news wire for mega rockstars like Bowie. This is seriously too much of a shock for his fans to take so suddenly. Just last week the world was celebrating his latest album release.

Man, you never think people like that will die. Probably because in a sense they won’t. Tomorrow I’m tweeting a trainload of Bowie videos out there.

I think I will borrow a rephrase from an online post I’ve read tonight:

‘Everything on the latest album indicated it. So much saying goodbye to the physical plane. So much love for all things. “Blackstar” is such a beautiful and insightful goodbye. Perfect.’


No More A Lad Insane
No More A Lad Insane

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X Sword Trick With John Doe And Murrugun The Magician

X Sword Trick

Photo story by Reviewer Rob

John Doe looks on as Murrugun (“The Magician”) swallows an actual sword for the camera. Then they take a bow. Photos by Reviewer Rob for Reviewer Magazine, on November 28 2015 at 1:28 a.m., after the X show, ReviewerPhoto.com.

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