Philip D. McKibben filed his lawsuit in Julyabout four weeks after his longtime friend and mentor, Frank Colacurcio Sr. McKibben, 74, is suing Colacurcio Jr.
My coworkers and I frequent this place for a quick lunch. Clean facilities with a many options at great prices. This place had very good reviews.
In a plea deal that demolishes what's left of the notorious Colacurcio strip-club empire, Frank Colacurcio Jr. In exchange for his admission of guilt in U. District Court in Seattle on Friday, prosecutors agreed to dismiss several other charges against him.
Does anyone have any recommendations for what to do for a bachelor party or a bachelorette party in Seattle? My fiance and I are looking for things we can each do separately in early October and wondering if anyone has any suggestions we may not have thought of. Both of us are pretty laid back but enjoy a random adventure every once in awhile.
Let's get a few things about Seattle strip clubs out of the way. You're gonna have to drop a few bucks just to get in the door; most of them are owned by Deja Vu; they unfortunately do not serve alcohol; and The Town can't possibly match the number, or variety, of Portland's lauded strip clubs. But hey, what the hell are you doing looking for dinner at a strip club?
Choose your preferred language. We speak English and 42 other languages. Excellent location — rated 9.
TUSCL is great for looking up a club. But the individual reviews don't give you the big picture. Some places don't have a big picture.
I t's Saturday night, and Jiggles Gentlemen's Club in the University District is humming: Pert, mostly nude girls chat up mostly college-age guys who are slouched into the velveteen folds of plush chairs. On March 11, City Attorney Pete Holmes's office will ask a King County Superior Court judge to close down Jiggles permanently, on the grounds that the club is violating a city rule that bans strip clubs within feet of places where children congregate. It's pretty clear—you either meet it or you don't. However, being under attack from the city is exactly where the owner seems to be most comfortable—and most successful.
Residents of Stanwood, Wash. The strip club, run by Stallions, Inc. Renovations to the building are currently underway.
Southward on I-5 you drive—past the airport, past Westfield Southcenter mall, past the SeaTac exits with their strip clubs and bikini baristas—until an exit and a right turn deposit you into another ecosystem entirely, pristine as a terrarium. Gracious wood buildings lie in low-slung sensitivity amid a landscape of ponds and native gardens and manicured grassy patches; birds chirp as if on cue. This is Cedarbrook Lodge, the retreat center of the late, great Washington Mutual Bank, now a Coastal Hotel property with a bona fide destination restaurant, Copperleaf. Not a very populated universe on our visits—though we could hear conferences roaring from adjacent banquet rooms, we were nearly alone in the restaurant—but one entirely reflective of its Northwest sensibilities.