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1am Doll USA and Pleasure Products USA announced today that the 3V Starlet Stroker line has arrived in the U.S. The toys will be on display and for sale at the upcoming Exxxotica Denver expo April 6-8.
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Sam Smith might sling mellow R&B songs but he played up the rock star role Tuesday night after he held the after-party for his Red Rocks concert in Colorado … miles away in LA. Following his sold-out gig at the Denver-area amphitheater Smith wanted…
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DENVER (AP) — The trials of young people brought to the U.S. before they are old enough to know what it means to be illegal are the themes of an album being released Thursday featuring Shawn King of the Denver-based group DeVotchKa.
Protesters descended on a Denver theater hosting a pair of Bill Cosby comedy performances on Saturday night, chanting “Turn back Cosby,” “Rape is not a joke,” in response to the numerous accusations of sexual assault by the embattled comedian.
Lively #Cosby protest in Colorado. This sign shot by our producer Marcus. #ACCESS
— Billy Bush (@billybush) Jan 17 2015
Protesters outside the Buell Theater are chanting "rape is not a joke" as people file into #BillCosby show.
— Noelle Phillips (@Noelle_Phillips) January 17, 2015
Approximately 100 protesters chanted and brandished signs outside Buell Theater, which was hosting two performances by Cosby on Saturday night, the Associated Press reported. “Don’t drink the water,” some chanted, referencing the claims that Cosby drugged his alleged victims’ drinks. A brass band joined people holding signs critical of Cosby. Attendees of the performances were waved down with metal detectors by security guards. Before the 8 p.m. MT showing, police officers took positions near protesters outside the theater. No arrests were reported.
Despite the hectic setting, hundreds of ticket-holders turned out for the performances. Cosby was met with a standing ovation and he thanked the audience, Reuters reported.
— Brandi Williams (@BrandiASN) January 18, 2015
— John Wenzel (@johnwenzel) January 17, 2015
Los Angeles attorney Gloria Allred, who has been representing some of the women accusing Cosby, held a press conference before the shows with a Denver woman who said that Cosby sexually assaulted her in 1986, KUSA reported. Beth Ferrier, who was in her 20s at the time of the alleged incident, claimed Cosby drugged her coffee when he was visiting Denver, causing her to lose consciousness. She said she woke up “practically naked” in the back of her car. Ferrier had accused Cosby of assault before, in 2005 alleging that they had an affair in 1984, the Associated Press reported. Allred also led demonstration to the theater before the show.
— John Wenzel (@johnwenzel) January 17, 2015
The 77-year-old entertainer had performed the previous night in Pueblo to little protest and before a packed audience.
Cosby has been accused of sexually assaulting dozens of women over a span of several decades. For years, allegations against Cosby went with little notice. But over the past year, more and more women have come forward accusing the entertainer of sexual misconduct.
The accusations against Cosby escalated in the past week, as model Chloe Goins filed criminal charges against the comedian, alleging he drugged and sexually abused her at the Playboy Mansion in 2008. Goins would be the first woman accusing Cosby of sexual assault whose case may fall within the statute of limitations, according to her attorney. Prior attempts to charge Cosby have been rejected, and Cosby has maintained his innocence.
Numerous Cosby performances have been cancelled or postponed as the controversy around him has grown.
Several of the shows that have not been cancelled have been interrupted by protests inside the venue and out, audience members at a Jan. 9 show in Canada shouting, “We believe the women!” Prior to his Colorado performances, Cosby issued a statement saying that the North American comedy tour would continue despite the backlash against him.
In addition to cancelled performances, institutions and media networks have cut ties with Cosby. On Friday, NBC announced that it would not work with him ever again.
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Hailing from a city known for citizens that blow purple clouds amidst snowy Rocky Mountains, Jahni Denver drops his new single “Legends” – an ode to his aspirations to be a living legend in Hip-Hop. He’s a rapper with a “Mile High” reputation and aspirations and on this song he shows he has the bars to prove it.
After getting the official co-sign from Atlantic signed rapper Snow tha Product, Jahni Denver has been hard at work supporting the Woke movement and perfecting his craft. Having made 3 songs with with Bizzy Bone of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, and songs with Scarface, Krizz Kaliko of Strange Music and of course songs with Snow tha Product herself, Jahni Denver is developing a resume and active fan base that speaks for itself.
Having recently relocated to Los Angeles, CA, Jahni Denver is looking to build on the two albums he previously released (The Mountain Lion: 1 & 2). This third effort is yet to be titled but is already set to feature some of the aforementioned big names.