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Arts and Entertainment

"Young Hollywood" Release Party @ Safari Sam's, 3/19/08

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Last Tuesday, director Carlos Batts (MySpace) celebrated the release of his new adult film, Young Hollywood, with a party at Safari Sam's (MySpace). Described as "...a kaleidoscope of all things cool in popular culture," Young Hollywood "...brings the adult business into the 21st Century with the real life sexual adventures of celebrity porn stars, hipster models and video vixens living in Hollywood." It's being released by Adam and Eve through its Independent Adult Cinema division.

In attendance were stars Kimberly Kane (MySpace), Ashley Blue, Mandy Morbid (MySpace), and Adrianna Nicole (MySpace), as well as Batts' wife April Flores (MySpace), Blue's boyfriend Dave Naz (MySpace), Morbid's boyfriend Zak Sabbath (MySpace), and artist/photographers COOP with wife Ruth and Beatrice Neumann (MySpace). Also present were Veronique Vega (MySpace), Tori Black (MySpace), Tee Reel (MySpace), Daisy Layne (MySpace), and Dick Chibbles (MySpace), as well as XBIZ journalists Tod Hunter and Joanne Cachapero, AVN photographer Gia Jordan (MySpace), and Gram Ponante.

The party featured live music by The Word Pimpstress (MySpace) with Fellatia and The Gimp, Dirt and Bank (MySpace), MUDluscious (MySpace), and Renfield (MySpace) as well as sets by DJ Ice.

Warning: Two of the photos (2 and 19) are NSFW.

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