George Mull, a spokesman for Platinum SJ Enterprise, which owns and operates the Gold Club, said in an interview that club will be “only a positive for San Jose.”. “This gentleman’s club will have no nudity at all, or even semi-nudity,” he said. “There is no need for any restrictions. This is a tempest in a teapot.”. Mull said the club will have a main stage and tables that could double as dance platforms but no private booths. He said it is already restricted by its alcohol beverage license to operate properly.
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1. “Snake Eyes”. 2. “I Will Wait”. 3. “Below My Feet”. 4. “Wilder Mind”. 5. “Awake My Soul”. 6. “Lover of the Light”. 7. “Thistle & Weeds”. 8. “Ghosts That We Knew”. 9. “Believe”. 10. “Tompkins Square Park”. 11. “The Cave”. 12. “Roll Away Your Stone”. 13. “Broad-Shouldered Beasts”. 14. “Only Love”. 15. “Ditmas”. 16. “Dust Bowl Dance”.
Over decades of neglect, its golden walls were buried under layers of black smoke residue, Seats and other furnishings deteriorated, The demand for such large theaters declined and, like many other movie palaces, the Paramount continually lost business until the doors closed in 1970, It was facing demolition when the Oakland East Bay Symphony chose the Paramount as its new home, First, though, came the job of convincing the symphony that the Paramount should be restored, instead of undergoing a modern renovation, ballet shoes - art print - poster - many sizes And that was difficult, said Jack Bethards, one of those being honored Saturday for his vision of the restoration..
Paradoxically, their work is slow and painstaking, requiring the scientists to immerse themselves deeply in the “flow of time” Kilroy-Marac describes. Text messages and emails to Ramasesha languish for hours while she is in the attosecond lab measuring moments too tiny to comprehend. Her world of lasers, mirrors and vacuum chambers leaves no room for the split-second interruptions and diversions that punctuate time outside the lab. “We don’t even know if the sun is out or not, or if it’s raining,” she said.
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