Monroe's of West Palm Beach is infringing on the late actress' trademark by using her name and image in its signs, its Twitter account and its very name, according to the lawsuit filed by the estate of Marilyn Monroe, which is based in New York. The restaurant bills itself as an "elite adult club and steak house," located on North Congress Avenue in West Palm Beach. Until recently, some of its fliers featured a silhouette reminiscent of the iconic scene from "The Seven Year Itch" in which Monroe's skirt is blown from a blast of air coming from a subway vent. A manager at the West Palm Beach club, who identified himself only as John, said the business has stopped using the skirt silhouette, but denied the club is trying to profit from the memory of Marilyn Monroe. A lookalike was dressed as the actress during the club's grand opening last year, and one of the club's slogans is a quip widely attributed to Marilyn Monroe: "Who said nights were for sleep?
At Florida strip mall, a giddy tone belies a grave accusation
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People in Red Sox hats and Patriots T-shirts. Boston natives. New Yorkers. There were Florida snowbirds and smiling men in Bills hats and high school kids with braces and young couples pushing strollers. The spectacle was in sharp contrast to the gravity of the case as detailed by authorities, in which they said the women were victimized by the traffickers and patrons alike. Outside the Orchids of Asia Day Spa, people loitered and snapped photos of themselves standing out front. Sandwiched between a nail salon and an escape-room business, near a Publix supermarket and a Taco Bell, the spa seemed an odd public attraction.
This is my easily my favourite part of the world. Most of the time the scenery is stunning, the people are friendly, the culture is fascinating and the food … oh the food. Kuta is, almost certainly, one of the worst tourist destinations I have been in my life. Once a sleepy fishing village with a beautiful beach, it is now a crowded, polluted tourist hellhole. Rubbish blows in the streets and out to sea, only to be washed back in again on the next tide.
It's stacked with expert advice from locals on what to eat, where to drink, and what to do. As you may have noticed, Las Vegas is drowning in strip clubs. It's what makes this desert town an oasis for bachelor parties and trade shows. Some venerable institutions have been around for decades like Cheetahs and Palomino Club ; others have sadly shut their doors in recent months like Olympic Gardens and Club Paradise. Now, you may find yourself wondering, Why are all these strip clubs topless only?