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Tuesday, October 24, 2023

Halloween Destinations in Second Life- Lanai Jarrico Reporting...

 

Halloween originated by the Ancient Celts with an annual pagan festival of Samhain to welcome the harvest at the end of Summer. It was celebrated with bonfires, feasting and dancing in costumes to ward off ghosts. Wiccans honored their ancestors by building altars adorned with pumpkins, apples and other fall crops. Some Wiccans added photos of deceased family members and even special baked bread to feed visiting spirits. Storytelling was also part of the rituals. Samhain was one of the 66 seals, and he was worshiped as a God.


In Central and southern Mexico, “Dia de los Muertos” is also known as “Day of the Dead”.

The festivals seem to share the same concepts as the Festival of Samhain. However, rather than mourning the dead which was seen as disrespectful. They celebrate their deceased family members' lives with bright yellow marigold flowers, food and favorite drinks of the departed.


Halloween today in America morphed into some kind of joke. Parents dressing their kids up like cartoon characters and Memes to go around knocking on doors for candy only to come home and “inspect” your kids stash and put aside your favorite candies.  For adults that still like to dress up, go to Halloween parties and get all wrecked and take an Uber home.


In Second Life, Halloween is celebrated by a Global community to bring in their own special traditions for others to enjoy. Here are some locations in Second Life where you can experience Halloween in the comfort of your own home and go clubbing, check out some concerts, decorate your crib or go shopping for that perfect costume. Enter some contests for a chance at winning  Lindens for Best Costume like everrrr!


Here are some haunts below to check out! Happy Halloween!




LUXE Paris New Masquerade Shop


You don't want to be ugly for Halloween? LUXE Paris NEW MASQUERADE Shop is for you! Stylish disguises! Harajuku Girl, Lady Sheriff, Squid Guards, Private Benjamin, Mr Galaxy, Princess Anastasia, Marie-Antoinette, Witch in Flames... L$300 to L$350 for a complete costume! Once you are all ready for your Halloween party, have a look at our regular collection in the main store. Inspired by the European haute couture, LUXE Paris offers elegant clothes for ALL occasions. Need a pose to immortalize your new looks? Visit our ProPose store, professional fashion poses by the top model Ponchituti Boucher. And finally, hit our private jet for a ride to our SUPER OUTLET in the SKY where everything is L$50! All day every day!


http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Bao/60/75/26 



2RAW’S HALLOWEEN PARTY 

OCTOBER 27TH @ 1:00pm SLT


EVENT- BEST IN HALLOWEEN OUTFIT CASH PRIZE AND A CAR TO BE WON

HALLOWEEN MUSIC 

LOCATION 2RAW STRIP CLUB 

RECOMMENDED MIDNIGHT SETTING FOR BEST EFFECT


http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/2RAW%20EXTREME/29/197/30 



InspireMe City and InspireMe Estates Presents :DJ Sophia

October 27th @ 2pm SLT 

5000L+ Halloween Costume Contest

Linden giveaway for different costumes.

Trick or Treat


http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/InspireMe%20City/171/130/22 



MULTIVERSE HALLOWEEN PARTY/ LGBTQ Club & Safe Place

October 31st @ 1:00pm SLT


WHO: DJS DADDO, STEVEDJ, CONGIDJ, LUCA, AURORA-JADE 

WHEN: OCT-31 1-6PM SLT

WHAT: COSTUME CONTESTS! L$ PRIZES

GENRE: DANCE/ELECTRONIC

LIMO BELOW!


http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Upper%20Fenland/16/25/67



Transylvania (/^VAMPIRE EMPIRE^\) Goth Vampire Community

October 31st @ 6:00pm SLT


Come Celebrate the best night of the year with your Bloody DJ's from 6pm-8pm slt as they spin some scary tunes. We have a Transylvanian at the wheel as they drive us screaming into the night. Don't be late!


Transylvania - Second Life's Oldest Vampire Community and home to some of the best DJs on the grid! Active Goth Scene ~ Strong Vampiric Style ~ Lycan ~ DJs ~ Residential Rentals


http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Transylvania/192/149/31 




Don’t forget to search the event listings for Halloween Events happening across the grid this month.




Thursday, October 5, 2023

SPOTLIGHT ON PLAYNAUGHTY MAGAZINE- Where style meets pixel perfection- Lanai Jarrico Reporting…



PlayNaughty Magazine is a visually captivating publication that celebrates male Modeling and is dedicated exclusively to showcasing elegance, creativity and charisma of male avatars in the virtual world. Not only are the images captivating but the magazine also explores the stories and personalities of these male models, including fashion tips, latest trends and editorials that highlight diversity in men’s fashion.  On Friday, October 6th, a Halloween Grand Opening event will allow visitors the opportunity to get up close and personal with many of the featured male models and be part of group events. The Sl Enquirer met up with Charlie Jo Lutrova to learn more about PlayNaughty Magazine and its new Venue.




Interview with Charlie Jo Lutrova (charliejo11)



Before we begin the interview, can you share a little bit about yourself, how you discovered Second Life and what inspired you to create Play Naughty Magazine?


Charlie Jo: I was talking with a friend in real life. Upon Research about Second Life I had read that it is a virtual world that offers a unique platform for creativity and self-expression, and I thought that creating a magazine within this environment can be a rewarding and innovative project. Here are a few reasons why I had thought that.


Second Life has a vibrant and diverse community of residents. Starting a magazine can be a way to connect with this community, promote events, share stories, and foster a sense of belonging. Creating a magazine allows you to showcase your creativity through articles, artwork, and virtual photography. Some Second Life residents engage in virtual commerce, creating and selling virtual goods and services. I thought a magazine can serve as a platform to showcase and review these products, helping residents make informed purchasing decisions think managing a magazine in Second Life can be a challenging and rewarding experience that allows you to develop skills such as editing, graphic design, marketing and community management.




I agree! You get to be creative and share useful as well as entertaining information with the masses. Can you share with our readers who make up your team, their roles and what readers can expect to see in PlayNaughty Magazine?


Charlie Jo: My team consists of a few of my very close like minded friends that I have met here in Second Life. To whom I Am incredibly lucky and very grateful to have. Always there,always ready to help, and very talented. I can not stress how much I truly am grateful to have such a wonderful and talented group of people supporting me.


Lanai: That is the best kind of support!


Charlie Jo: We will have Articles, interviews, and reviews related to adult entertainment. Content focused on relationships, dating advice, intimacy and sexuality. Short stories, fiction, or creative writing with an erotic or sensual theme. High-quality erotic and artistic photography, illustrations, and visual content.Features on sensual fashion trends, lingerie and personal style.Coverage of themed events, parties, and gatherings in Second Life.



Lanai: Sounds like content for the grown and sexy! With your Halloween Grand Opening on Friday, October 6th. I’m sure it is an exciting time planning all the activities Live Djs and swag bags. Can you share with our readers the type of events you will Host?




Charlie Jo: PlayNaughty Magazine is an adult-oriented publication in Second Life, We hope to host a variety of events tailored to its target audience and content. These events can engage readers, promote the magazine, and foster a sense of community within Second Life. Here is a list of ideas to name a few:


We will celebrate the release of each issue with a themed launch party. We hope to partner with designers and fashion brands in Second Life to host erotic or sensual fashion shows. Models can showcase lingerie, clothing, and accessories that would be featured in the magazine.

Also, showcase the work of photographers featured in the magazine with virtual exhibitions.

Organize contests related to photography, storytelling, fashion, or art. Encourage residents to participate and showcase their talents.


Create events that cater to couples or individuals interested in exploring sensuality and intimacy within a virtual environment. This might include workshops, discussions, or dance parties.

Host special events tied to holidays or seasons, such as Valentine's Day parties, summer beach parties

.

Use events to promote magazine subscriptions, offer exclusive discounts, or provide special rewards for subscribers.



Lanai: Incentives are always good!  It sounds like you have a lot of exciting things about to happen.  I noticed while taking a tour , there was a Centerfold contest display. Is it open to the public or must you be a member to participate? Can you tell me a little about that?


Charlie jo:: Our full magazine will come out January 1st. Our models have all paid to be a model in the magazine and have access to all of what PlayNaughty has to offer them. I only have one cover on a magazine and one center of a magazine. So who will be the face of PlayNaughtys first full magazine? Hence our contest...It is free to vote on any model. Anyone can vote on any model, or anyone can stand there and vote on all of our models. However, you can only vote on any model once. After you have voted you will need to get your friend to come vote. This is to ensure that the model you want to see on the cover of PlayNaughtys Magazine has more than one vote. The goal is to get as many votes as possible because the one with the most votes will be on the cover of PlayNaughtys first full magazine.





Lanai: I’m going to have to do some voting!  Us ladies need a good male Magazine to stare down. Men have had it good for years drooling over women. Now it's our turn. Lol jk. Do you have a group visitors can join so they can stay up to date with events?


Charlie Jo: Yes, At the castle we have a lion by the stage anyone can touch that and join our V.I.P. group. We also have a kiosk at the castle that you can touch and get a notecard with all of the ways to contact us with any questions.


 Are you currently hiring? If so, what positions do you have available and how can people apply?


We are currently hiring ! We are looking for photographers, sponsors, and a social media manager.


Additional Information:


SLURL:http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Latin%20Fusion/99/65/32


Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=61551504662190


Discord:https://discord.gg/q25DVHqv


Our Blog:https://playnaughtymagazine.blogspot.com/


Preferred contact:email elfavina89@gmail.com or in Second Life

charliejo11


Preferred contact:

Randi Ling


Sunday, July 30, 2023

Wednesday, June 21, 2023

MOVIES AND SCREENINGS IN SECOND LIFE- AS SEEN ON THE DESTINATION GUIDE- Lanai Jarrico reporting...




 Ever find yourself wandering the grid looking for something to do? Has club hopping and pop, lock and droppin' it got  you bored? Try something different!  There are a couple of Cinemas in Second Life that offer a variety of movies and screenings you can watch with your group of friends or that special someone. Check them out!


Thursday, March 2, 2023

Grand Opening of the SL Living Expo on March 3rd at 12pm slt

 


The SL Living Expo (a re-imagined Home and Garden Expo) is a Relay For Life in Second Life Mega Event in March 2023 that benefits The American Cancer Society. The Expo expands the concept of home and garden to also include the way we live, work and play in Second Life. This would include aviation, maritime, equestrian, farming, leisure activities, travel, food and so much more.

www.sl-living-expo.org



Monday, January 16, 2023

AudioHouse is on a roll.....

 


What's AudioHouse, we aren't the regular kind of Club, Loopman and Arisha started the Clubpart together, after Arisha began to help some new Performers. Our team is made of 9 new Brasil Performer ( Ari Oliveira, Cogu Dias, David Rhangel, Germmano, Ivy Fadel, Mr. J, Kai Rush, Loopman Blep, Luma Heyn and Veto Rubas), 1 returning American Performer ( Raven Zenoria), Kono who fills in and goes where needed, Arisha who concentrates on bookings and promotions. ( Also for NeoMaximus Brandenburg) and Dancers/ Hosts Arisha, Kono, and Karen. Luma Heyn joined us Last and she had her first few shows now, reactions on her shows were really good, so check her out if you can! This week's Planning >> Monday, Jan 16 1pm Joshua Vox 2pm Ivy Fadel, first show in SL, don't miss this 3pm Raven Zenoria 4pm David Rhangel 5pm Veto Rubas Thursday, Jan 19 2pm Germmano Vox 3pm Kai Rush 4pm Luma Heyn 5pm Loopman Blep 6pm Mr. J All our performers are diverse and have their own unique styles! They might be new, but definitely worth going and having a listen to them. As we only started 2 months ago, we are happy with what we have achieved so far. We had a meeting with the amazing JimmyT49 Dukes and Katia Portugal and some chats with NeoMaximus, it's awesome to see those known amazing performers be willing to help our new Performers! So a special thanks to them and Lanai for this spot! Of course also thanks to all of you who hired one or more of our performers and who came to visit us during our events..... Looks us up, visit us, or contact ArishaFlame75, inworld for more information! All of you keep us going and we hope to see you soon! Team AudioHouse




Monday, October 24, 2022

This week Halloween is around and we end with a special Show Mon 31 Oct

 


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Also this week we have many events planned for you again :)
Tuesday, Oct 25 Synful's Hot Seat Challenge Its an Open mic, 4- 6pm SLT, ( or later depending on how many people we have) From those performing, John Rocky, NeoMaximus, and Rice Tyler will pick 2 singers that will get a show option that weeks Thursday at our Synful's Road to the Top with 4pm first Singer, 5pm John, 6pm second Singer Thursday, Oct 27 4- 7pm Synful's Road to the Top 2 chosen performers from Tuesday and John Rocky will perform for you 4pm first chosen 5pm John Rocky 6pm second chosen Friday, Oct 28 2pm Tally Mercury He does a wide range of songs that span genre and time. Some of his choices are recognizable and some will be songs you've not heard before but all are guaranteed to be memorable. 3pm John Rocky Each show can feature pop, rock, hard rock, metal, 80's, 90's, and even some classic rock ballads! 4pm Inkaku Capalini Most every genre from the 1920s, and oldies to current and classic Rock, country, blues, top 40s & more! 5pm Rice Tyler Tyler plays a lot of kind of genres from the '80s, '90s, or even 2000s, like pop, rock, hard rock, heavy metal, and love metal with the best rock ballads. Saturday, Oct 29 4pm Satin Galli From oldies, country, pop, and classic to new rock, you'll hear some of it all listening to Satin. 5pm Khiron Ametza Khiron attracts people from far and wide to hear her singing Jazz, Contemporary Ballads, 70's & 80's, 90's, the 00s, Progressive Rock, Disco, and more. 6pm Max Kleene His dynamic musical range and smooth acoustic groove "Max-imizes" tunes ranging from CCR to Foo Fighters; from Train to Jason Mraz. Monday, Oct 31 4- 6pm Special Halloween Event with 2 performers :) We still have our Halloween Hunt. till Nov 1, 10 Hidden Treasures over the Sim We hope to see you at some of our events and to come to enjoy with us! Team Synful

Scarlet's Goes Halloween

 

From Monday, Oct 24th through Halloween, All Live Shows at Scarlet's will be on the Halloween Platform. If you like Halloween, Spooky Thrills, Ghost, Zombies, Graveyards, AND Live Singers, Scarlet's is the place, Not Your Average Haunted Scary Place in SL

TELEPORT:http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Scarlets%20Hideaway/27/149/1001

Monday, October 10, 2022

A NEW DAY IS DAWNING FOR LIVE MUSIC AT THE SL ENQUIRER!

 


Greetings SLE readers!

I am very excited to announce that Ninja Antwoord, former co-owner of the popular club/live music venue Terry's Place, will be joining the SL Enquirer team as a coordinator for special events, effective immediately.  In his new role, Ninja will oversee the creation, promotion, and execution of both public and private events held at the SLE Media Center, as well as the coordination of any charitable or sponsorship involvement.

With over a quarter century of RL experience in the entertainment industry including radio, television, and film, Ninja began his journey in Second Life back in 2013 and is considered one of the most outspoken proponents of live entertainment on the grid. A true passionate lover of music, Ninja has remained consistently ahead of the game in not only his unique ability to discover and develop talent over many different genres but also in the way he integrates his real-life experience into a virtual environment.
Please join us in welcoming Ninja to the SLE family!

SLE Management

Monday, October 3, 2022

SPOTLIGHT ON DRAMA LIBRA- LEADING THE REVOLUTION AGAINST DRAMA, ONE PARTY AT A TIME. Lanai Jarrico Reporting…

 




DRAMA LIBRE is a 16-yr old club with a weekly immersive themed party every Saturday from 7-10 pm SLT, with over 400 different themes to date.  Created by owners Xerxes Sismondi and Peachy Sassoon, their attention to detail mixed with creativity and the entertainment they provide makes it one of the most talked about venues on the grid. The SL Enquirer caught up with this dynamic duo leading the revolution against drama, one party at a time!


Interview with Peachy Sassoon and Xerxes Sismondi



SLE: It is a pleasure to meet you both, where are you from and how did you discover Second Life?

 

Peachy: I am from Pittsburgh Pa. Friends of mine were DJs on the Web and asked me to join SL. I always told folks I came kicking and screaming... giggles. but once I joined I knew I was hooked. Then I met Xerxes and it changed everything.  I never looked back.

 

Xerxes: I’m in Jacksonville FL. I read about Second Life in a BusinessWeek article back in the exciting days of 2006, and that led me to see what the fuss was all about. Been here ever since.

 

SLE: It is always interesting to hear where people came from all over the country and world and how they come together. That is the greatest thing about Second Life! What inspired you two to create Drama Libre? 

 

Peachy: Honestly way back when, lol I got tired of going to places that offered Best In Blue and Escorts and etc... I knew there had to be so much more. There had to be ways to create and me who knew nothing of building, long story short, Xer taught me how to build.

 

Xerxes: Peachy and I observed that most events that we attended were narrowly applying what Second Life could offer. They all focused on holding different themed events in a fixed club-like structure. We envisioned flipping that philosophy by having different thematic environments that just happened to be music and dance events. Why just dress as a pirate in a dance club when you can rock it up on the main deck of a 40-gun galleon sailing the Spanish Main? Why not party as Godzilla and other monsters stomping around a miniaturized city where you can cause monster-sized mayhem? Instead of adorning a club with the Eiffel Tower and french flags for a French-themed event, why not party at the Palace of Versailles… at the Court of King Louis the 16th?  Second Life really has the power to bring forth great imagination, so why hold back?

 

 

SLE: What creative minds you both have! I love the idea of creating an immersive interactive environment like the ones you described. With over 400 different themes over the past 14 years, it is impressive that you haven't done any repeats of the same event. How do you come up with the themes and who designs them?

 

Peachy: We get together and put our thinking hats on and discuss what kind of themes we could do, also we take ideas from any DL'ers and if we use their idea we pay them 500L. As far as the designs go each of us takes a turn being the lead builder.

 

Xerxes: To be specific, we always build a brand new set every week, and we have never re-used any set we have already built – although we are willing to sell them if there is an interested party. We do sometimes repeat broad themes, but we always execute them differently with each new build. For instance, we’ve done many pirate themes e.g., we’ve danced on a pirate sloop, in the pirate town of Tortuga, a Goonies set with an underground cavern and pirate treasure, and even a modern-day scene involving Somalian pirates. We’ve also done a steampunk version dancing on flying dirigibles. We always look at different angles to build a theme. As Peachy said, we have a very creative and skillful build team, all of whom learned how to build, script, texture, etc from scratch. We also all taught each other as well using various tools like Photoshop, Audacity, etc. No one is an island, and there is power in many. We brainstorm with each other regularly and come up with different ideas that we each want to realize, so we take turns each week leading the build to bring our ideas to life. And as Peachy said, we also ask for ideas from our guests that they want to see built. We draw inspiration from many sources, from current events to historical events to movies to our own memories and experiences. So we have a varied pool of ideas to pull from and each of our sets is very personal to us.

 

 

SLE: Power in many is a great approach when working together because you produce amazing things!  I love your motto of Leading the revolution against Drama one party at a time, I heard from a few people that this is the place to be! Can you tell our readers what they can expect at each event? 

 

Peachy: I can say that once you come to one event you will be back time and time again. Always a good time to be had. There is a lot of chatter going on at Drama Libre. No private chats but openly chats we talk about food, weather, what's new, and the likes of things, we strive to make new people feel welcome.

 

Xerxes: We‘re primarily in the people business, and we want everyone to be comfortable with each other, and with everything that happens at Drama Libre. As our name indicates, we work hard to steer clear of drama as discreetly as we can at our events. We welcome everyone here and welcome as much creativity as they can come up with,  but we know we’re not for everyone. Clothing is not optional, for instance, and we do not tolerate any form of harassment or abuse.  Peachy and I do our best to help every guest who has a concern or difficulty, and sometimes our patrons beat us to it!  We have a large number of regular visitors, many of who have been coming here for years and who we practically consider to be family.

 

We also invest a lot of time and effort in what we do. We spend at least 35-40 person-hours planning and building each set, and that does not include time spent by the DJs in planning their playlists and the additional work to create the teaser audio clips and posters for the following events, brainstorming sessions, website change, and maintenance, taking pictures and videos of each set, etc. All this work for one 3-hour event, and we repeat this whole process 50 times a year. This does not work, but a labor of love and of the creative process.  Our reward is the smile on people’s faces and the fun they have each week, and a job well done. I do believe that shows in every event we produce.
 

 

SLE: I can relate to working in SL. It really is a labor of love. Especially with the ability to be creative in many different ways. I’m sure you have had lots of fun stories over the years. Can you share one of your most memorable moments at the themed parties?

 

Peachy: OMG there are many but I remember one that makes me laugh every time I think of it. We had a cartoon set and I was clicking on things and moving them around and bam I deleted the floor and everyone... giggles went falling to the ground. I was so embarrassed, but it was funny. We all laughed about it.

 

Xerxes: We’ve been doing this for 16 years, so there are too many stories to count. Back when we started the sim servers were prone to crashing when you overloaded them, so we would crash a lot when we got too many people at our parties. It was fun to watch folks rez back in-world after each crash, and amazing that they cared enough to return as well. One time the Lindens announced that on one particular Saturday evening that all their servers would go down for maintenance, so we held a crash party i.e, we partied until the servers went down. And we still managed to crash the sim minutes before the servers were taken offline, and everyone still came back. I guess we were determined to go down fighting!  Peachy also mentioned accidentally deleting the floors at our parties, which are usually held at 1000m altitude, so it was hilarious to see 30 or more avatars falling at the same time. It took us a while to learn that lesson.

 

Most of our fun is in seeing what everyone is wearing. We have patrons who are quite imaginative and competitive. Peachy and I are always oohing and ahhing at every event like tourists.

 


SLE: LOL, those are great stories! Do you have a calendar of events so guests can plan accordingly for the events? 

 

Peachy: No we have not done a calendar for the events. It is something to think about.

 

Xerxes: I’m not sure this is something that would fit but we are open to considering different ideas. I think the weekly theme reveal is part of our charm and evens the playing field among our patrons by giving them each a week to come up with a costume. We do make a big deal about the next theme at the end of every event. We create a 2 - 3 minute audio teaser that the DJ plays, and make a poster, so even the theme reveal is a production in itself. We do have a schedule of who will lead the build and who our DJs will be for each event, though, but we really don’t make that public to maintain the weekly suspense lol. While it would be nice to announce our themes well in advance, we really only decide on themes the week prior.  Still, this is something we should think about. We’re not wed to our current format, but we do want to make sure any change we make is thoughtful and within our abilities and our brand.

 

 

SLE: We should definitely talk about a Sponsorship so we can make sure our readers always know what is going on and can be prepared with a costume! With theme parties, it's always fun to dress up! Are costumes mandatory and are there contests?

 

Peachy: Costumes are not mandatory, but if you want to join in on the contest you will need to join the Drama Libre group, which is not an open group. It is free to join. All ya have to do is let Xerxes or myself know. The reason we do not have open enrollment is that we want everyone at the party to know who is joining and welcome them to the family.

 

Xerxes: We hold a costume contest with every weekly event we throw. Costumes are not mandatory, but clothes definitely are. The more creative the costume, the better we like it. And there are many ways to interpret our themes for costumes, and we welcome different dimensions that we hadn’t even thought of. For example, we once did a Safari-themed set, and one person came with an iPhone running the Safari web browser. Love those tangential executions!

 

SLE: Very cool! I see that your next theme is House of Borgia! Can you share with our readers what guests can expect on October 1st?

 

Peachy: Our next theme is called The day the Dinosaur died.

 During our event after the contest is over, we have a teaser that the DJ plays which was recorded. We never speak of our next theme until the teaser has been played.

 

Xerxes: You have to come and see. We never talk about what a set build will look like before the evening of the event itself. Our lips are sealed!

 

 

SLE: Surprises are exciting! We look forward to popping in on these events. Are you currently hiring? If so, what positions are you looking to fill and how can people apply?

 

Peachy: We have not talked about hiring.

 

Xerxes: Drama Libre is not really a typical club. We hold one party every Saturday evening (7-10 pm slt) for 50 weeks a year so it’s not like we need lots of people. Peachy and I host for the most part, and have a few guest hosts when we are not available. We have 6 DJs who rotate, so they get airtime only 8 or 9 times a year. However, they do work hard as each event is 3 hours long. We have a team of 5 builders/creators, including Peachy and myself. We have one builder who doubles as our website manager. Peachy and I work on administrative duties and planning while Peachy doubles (triples?) as the event photographer. However, if anyone wants to participate or see different roles that can help streamline and add to the Drama Libre experience, please reach out directly to Peachy or me. For instance, one of our patrons came to us and wanted to do a weekly reveal video at our events, and she is now practically our videographer–of-record. Katheryn Llewelyn, posts videos of our events to her YouTube channel, Adventures in Second Life, each week so check out her channel to see our events.

 

 

 

SLE: It sounds like you have dotted all your i’s and crossed all your t’s to create the perfect party experience in Second Life and we wish you the very best for years to come! It has been a pleasure chatting with you both. Is there anything else you would like to share with our readers?

 

Peachy: All I can add is that we welcome all to come and enjoy a 3-hour event with us. As stated no need to wear a costume, just come and relax and enjoy a drama-free night. You will be hooked.

 

Xerxes: Come on down and check us out. You don’t have to be in costume, We’d love to have you at our events. You can see our profiles, pics of our previous events, and upcoming event announcements at www.dramalibre.com  You can even see videos of our events by going on YouTube and searching for Drama Libre or going on the following channels: Adventures in Second Life and Alexxy’s Adventures.



Additional Information:


Website: https://www.dramalibre.com 

URL: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Drama%20Libre/116/226/22 

Preferred Contact: Peachy Sassoon or Xerxes Sismondi

 
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