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Owner Annie Delisle, who took over the establishment started in by her father, announced the building she owns on Ste-Catherine St. The club will continue operating through the spring and summer, with new acts and lighting installed to celebrate its 40th anniversary, which it will hit in April.
The closure will put more than a dozen dancers and other staff out of a job. There were 75 men at the first audition. Daily lineups for the club, which was open seven days a week from 2 p.
The club took in more than 1. Unlike strip bars with female dancers frequented by men, clubs like the renamed Le tended to attract women going out in groups to have a good time. They could be going out to the zoo. It was not without its detractors, however. Once it was opened, Landry said church members would accept it and move on, but, he noted drily to the Gazette, he was not invited to the pre-opening party.
The owners tried to allay fears by installing soundproofing and diverting lineups away from the church. Times changed, and the allure of strip bars in the age of the internet, even in sin city Montreal, dimmed. up to receive daily headline news from the Montreal Gazette, a division of Postmedia Network Inc. A welcome is on its way.
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