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‘Tis the season. The season for strangely beautiful Christmas characters and clowns to come to life in a fetish dreamscape of dance, aerial arts, suspension, burlesque and circus entertainment. You know, that season. The Chris Cook kinda season.

The head honcho of naughty entertainment is back with his jingle bells on for Chris Cook’s Crazy Christmas Circus and Clown Cabaret Fetish Party on Dec. 17 at The Wormhole.

Entertainment oscillates between adorably cute to blushingly raunchy with an array of acts taking the stage.

Savannah-based burlesque troupe The Tied & Tasseled Fetish Cabaret will pair traditional burlesque with a flair of fetish and rock ‘n’ roll, while the Stardust Pixxies will hoop, dance and move their bodies to the rhythm of the beat. (There may or may not be fire involved). Dead City Clowns will provide the holiday haunts and Analog Kid is the official “musical genius” of the night. A bearded lady, scantily clad women, whips, chains and a clown lying on a bed of nails — it’s all in a Saturday night.

Full story by Molly Haden at Do Savannah!

Published in Regional Leather
Wednesday, 04 February 2015 21:25

LLC returns to Atlanta in March

images/club-logos/LLC Basic Logo Web 250.jpgMark Frazier will kick off the Leather Leadership Conference the weekend of March 25-27 at the Atlanta Airport Crowne Plaza Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia as the Keynote speaker.

The Leather Leadership Conference will feature at least workshops and presentations, vendors, socials and play parties.

Among the presenters are boy alex Leffers, CC, Ces Williams, Daddy Rod, Hardy Haberman, Insatiable, ChrisTopHer, Irish Gypsy, Joshua Tenpenny, Kinkibella, KJPS Howe, Lady D., Lady Elsa, MacDaddy, Mark Frazier, Master Andy, Master Sgt. Heinz, Moira, Ms Constance, Ms Judy, Ms Monet, Ms Noel, NC Master, Nina Love, Pamela Madsen, Raven Kaldera among others.

One of the many workshops will be Grant Writing 101 presented by Miss Monet, a two-part seminar. In session one, start with learning how to search and register for grant resources. The second session will focus on answering questions and working on any issues or applications people may bring to the program.

Published in 2015 Nominees

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