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TRUE STORIES: Three essential summer documentaries The wide variety of artistic, eager businesses in town was key for the festival's organizers, according to Hampton.“We have all of these wonderful, in-house creatives in our town, that it seems to me like if I were throwing a big event I would be like, ‘Oh great, I have to do less work because there are so many creatives in our town,’” Hampton said.
This distinctly Asbury Park weekend, in a big way, hearkens back to an earlier, weirder time in the city's recent cultural past prior to its commercial boom as a mainstream tourist destination. "And then I said, ‘You know, where else would we do something like this?
But the project is setting off debate over public displays of sexuality in Brazil, where Carnival celebrations feature scantily clad dancers and thousands of short-stay love motels strive to please an exacting clientele.
Everyone take a saltpeter tablet at the admission booth? How are they going to have a display of erotica and then enforce that “no sex allowed” — no bathrooms? He said he was worried that the park would attract debauched individuals. (Excerpt) Read more at ...Other weekend events include "eromas" workshops on Saturday afternoon at Bond and Bangs Apothecary, 701 Bangs Ave.; a book singing with author Annie Buff, 3 p.m.Saturday at Paranomal Books and Curiosities, 627 Cookman Ave.; the opening of a new exhibit "Bodies," 6 p.m.