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While restaurants, bars and other entertainment venues have been able to reopen at limited capacity, strip clubs in the city remain closed. Andrew Alley, the owner of The Penthouse Club in Baltimore, said he just wants his business to be treated fairly.
Strip clubs were shut down in an executive order from Mayor Brandon Scott in December. Alley said since then, they have tried to work with the city to no avail. Right now, The Penthouse Club is allowed to operate as a restaurant and bar, but the stage lights remain dark. A hearing in the case is scheduled for Friday. If a judge grants the motion, adult entertainment venues in the city would be able to under the same restrictions as other entertainment venues until a final judgment is made.
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Some of his employees have left to work in other states due to the restrictions, he said. The city has also loosened restrictions on live performances at other venues.03-03-11 stripclub 'we've all been there'
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