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Lorusso sues to reopen plant, stem track size A local developer has filed two lawsuits against Plainville, charging in one that its right to revive operations at an asphalt plant is being A dormant asphalt plant will reopen in Norwood following a year hiatus, after the town ran out of maneuvers to block it.
IT could have been a video shoot for Jay-Z's rap party anthem ''Big Pimpin,' '' in which a bevy of bedroom-eyed dancers shimmy in bikinis aboard a luxury yacht in the Caribbean. Instead it was a. They were decked out in stilettos, rhinestone belts and skin-baring Gucci.
The victim, who has not yet been identified, was taken to an area hospital where he underwent and is recovering from surgery, police confirmed. While there still are very little details yet, Detectives believe the suspect may have been walking near the intersection of East Sydney and North Third Avenues. A motive has yet to be established by detectives investigating the case. A few months ago there was another shooting that stemmed from a fight that started inside the strip club and spilled outside.
Women shouldn't want to watch their man stuff money down some woman's G-string or wherever. There's just nothing sexy or entertaining about that. I guess it beats my man, when I have one, doing it behind my back.
THE ONE-TIME owner of a Mount Vernon strip club was sentenced to 59 years in prison yesterday for an extortion scheme that included torturing a con man by threatening to blow off his private parts with an M firecracker. Manhattan Federal Judge Shirley Wohl Kram called Angelo Fat Angelo DiPietro's crimes "depraved" and "despicable" while sentencing him for a series of violent extortion offenses committed in Westchester County during the summer of DiPietro used to own Sue's Rendezvous, a topless nightclub.
Sues is definitely one of the best strip clubs in the city! Thick dancers, ass, curves. Drinks are good.
The owners of Sue's Rendezvous are suing the city of Mount Vernon over the closure of their adult entertainment club. The controversial strip club was a staple on Gramattan Avenue for 45 years and the owners are claiming city officials illegally forced them to close. Last year, city officials closed the exotic dance club claiming it was operating illegally because zoning on that block doesn't allow live adult entertainment businesses.