The maximum pole-dancing capacity is 5,000 feet. A maximum of 10 persons in one pole-dancing room may be accommodated in 10 separate seating areas.
How do I get to the pole-dancing rooms?
If you can’t drive to downtown L.A., you can rent one of the following: The Los Angeles County Dancers, located approximately 2 miles outside downtown L.A. from Wilshire Boulevard. The Los Angeles County Dancers is a free, day-use lounge of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department as a local government sponsored facility. This lounge is available on a first-come, first-served basis for adult and child residents. Adults may rent for $70 and children under ten years of age for $20. If you’re interested in reserving a space for a performance in the Los Angeles County Dancers, please contact the dance program manager at the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Office.
Lambert: The story of a man who had everything to live for, but chose to lose it all for a job
By Adam Rubin
Published: 22 October 2017
LAMBTON has always been a destination. For anyone traveling in the US, British and UK, it’s a destination you’ll always be able to reach at a moment’s notice. In the 1990s, this is often the case.
However, it also meant that if you wanted to find your way around in England through the 1970s and 1980s, you had to make a detour, something people in the business of travel were never used to.
One of the early travelers of the decade whose itineraries are still remembered by travellers today was Neil Lamont. Back in the early 80s, the Londoner was working at a publishing house in Cambridge, a city he loved and one where he could afford to spend more money.
The place was a popular destination, in fact, and he was one of those who regularly ventured there. But one day he felt an itch, and so he packed up and headed north.
“I’d had some bad experiences,” says Lamont, “but this time it was a good job. And on the drive, an old friend of mine (and who was now a very successful man himself) said, ‘You were always on the move. Why not come back again?'”
“I didn’t want to come back,” answered Lamont. “I wanted to be able to