Touching may not be allowed at the strip club, but things got awfully close between Silk and last year's victor, AXE MKE, as a mere two votes separated the two nightlife hot spots.
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After what seems like an eternity of lawsuits and proposed locations, Silk Exotic strip club finally swung open its doors this week Downtown at 730 N. Old World 3rd St.
In Milwaukee, before a bachelor becomes a husband, apparently, he must first be a gentleman. For the sixth year in a row, Silk Exotic was voted by readers as the best bar for a bachelor party / boys' night out.
The city has agreed to cut a check for $968,331.75 after losing its lawsuit at trial and again in the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals after the initial verdict. The amount covers both the damage award and attorney fees.
A hero has to step forward to save the city somewhere around $2 million after the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled against the city in its battle with Silk Exotic over opening a strip club Downtown.
The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago Wednesday ruled, 3-0, in favor of Silk Exotic in its lawsuit against the City of Milwaukee over denial of a license to operate a strip club Downtown.
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Boro Buzdum, a member of the Buzdum family that has run strip clubs in small Wisconsin towns, has applied for a license for a strip club at 730 N. Old World Third St. Previous applications for a club at that address have been unsuccessful.
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Federal Judge Lynn Edelman Monday confirmed an award of almost half a million dollars in fees for the attorneys of Silk Exotic in a lawsuit against the City of Milwaukee.
Over the last several months Dave Begel has seen a steady parade of fear mongers show up and convince a Common Council committee to turn down applications for a strip club in Downtown Milwaukee.
Silk Exotic has been denied once again in its efforts to open a strip club in downtown Milwaukee. During the hearing Alerman Mark Borkowski brought up the costs to the city as a result of lawsuits and judgements against the city in cases brought by Silk. Attorneys for Silk estimate the potential liability for the city at about $4 million.
After several previous failed attempts Downtown and in Walker's Point, Silk Exotic applied once more yesterday for a Downtown location, this time at 804 N. Milwaukee St.