Friday, April 14, 2017

Tonight! April 14th at 8pm! Friday Night! Spring Fling Party at The Oregon Theater in Portland!

Flash Report! Dry Clean Only Waltzes Into The Art Cinema During the Fall of 2016

Doc here, a man who some say held the title of "3rd Best Ballroom Dancer" for 5 consecutive years at his local Arthur Murray Dance Studio in The Valley, near the small women's liberal arts college. 

The adult theater dance is one familiar with regular patrons of an adult entertainment emporium. In the case of the mighty Art Cinema in Hartford, CT, it's a large theater with multiple venues to see and be seen. The couples only balcony hovers above the main floor, and sight lines are a challenge.  But two-step to the left or right, you might get an eyeful. 

If a couple tangos onto the main floor, well, the audience can become more engaged (and appreciative). Senior reporter Dry Clean Only mambo'd into the Art Cinema and has filed the following report from a recent Friday evening. It is here where we pick up our report...



Friday evening 10/14/16 at The Art was one to share. I had a rare opportunity to spend a Friday evening away from home at the conclusion of a business trip, and, as longtime readers may remember, my visits to the theaters in this thing of ours are limited to the typically less-trafficked weekday evenings. You can imagine the anticipation building within at the prospect of a visit to *The* (Mighty) Art on a weekend evening (cue singing angels!). 

However, my Friday workday veered off the rails and I found myself pounding out emails and spreadsheets after hours, chewing up precious early evening hours that could be much more pleasurably spent at The Art. With a two hour drive ahead, and my arrival approaching 8:30pm on Franklin Ave, I actually began doubting my mission. But it was deja vu all over again, as a certain strange green light in my periphery reminded me of the very first sighting of The Lizardo Lantern
The Lizardo Lantern
It was my visit to Berlin News Agency in October 2015 that involved a long drive at the end of an extra long workday when I began to doubt myself, and had it not been for The Lantern, I would have forfeited that glorious scene which to this day remains seared in my memory. With hardened resolve (and cannoli!), I dialed in 255 Franklin Avenue at blasted off. 

The two hour drive felt like six I was filled with such anticipation. I walked in, slapped the entirely modest admission fee on the counter, and exchanged an enthusiastic greeting with the Prince of Hartford (Hi, Ernie!), who knew that there would later be time for conversation, gave me a wink and a nod, and said "something was going on down in the front."

Indeed there was. I made my way toward the front of the back section, to the left, where a few of the guys were gathered around a 28 year old blonde. Shoulder length hair, white collared blouse, and red plaid miniskirt. Lots of kissing and touching, and grabbing between her and a number of guys in the group, and she'd alternate between that and simply bending over and sucking dick, or getting right down on her knees as the guys circled around. I knew that was only the first act, and went for a stroll, taking a peek at the couples' balcony, where a couple of couples were upstairs watching the show... and perhaps more. The blonde seemed to dart out of the theater for a bit, and then come back, leaving the guys to wander a bit.

Flash Reports! Anaconda Hits The Art Cinema, Berlin News, & Cinema 309 with 48 Hours!

Doc here, a man who some say played the role of "Once a Week Chet" on the 70's comedy "Love American Style" in episode 14 "The Snake & the Mongoose."  Reviews were uneven.

Senior Journal reporter Anaconda is back with a whirlwind of 3 visits in one report, covering The Art Cinema in Hartford,  Berlin News in NJ, and Cinema 309 in Wilkes-Barre PA. 

Here we go...


Well Doc, 

I am back with another report from some theater visits I made this last week during my travels. Usually, I don't document my visits which are uneventful, because frankly, they'd be really boring. "Dear Doc, I went to the theater last night, but no women were there. The end." But since I had even the most minor of successes this time around, I had been tweeting about it and chatting with some fellow reporters about my trip, and because I wanted to give the initial first-hand account of Monday Madness at the Art Cinema, I submit this week's events.

I was slated to be in NJ on Monday and decided to take an extra day to hit 2 theaters I hadn't been to in a while in 1 trip. I've been dying to get to Art Cinema on a Monday since Monday Madness started and you've told me the couples traffic has been high. Action also seems to be picking up at BNA according to their Yahoo group, including a lot of daytime visits from couples.