NBA legend Charles Oakley will be hosting a March Madness party at New York City’s premier adult entertainment lounge, Headquarters Gentlemen’s Club on Thursday, March 23 at 10pm.
In an item in the NY Daily News this week, “Oakley, a bruising 6-feet-9 all-star forward who spent 19 years in the NBA, was tossed from the audience during a nationally televised game at the Garden last month amid an ongoing feud with Knicks owner James Dolan. The media heir took over the once-proud organization in 1999.We’re told that Headquarters started pursuing Oakley to host a party there “literally the day after that kerfuffle happened.”
Following that incident, Oak Tree, as he’s known, was briefly “banned” from the arena, where he gave his blood, sweat and tears to the Knicks during their 1988-through-1998 heyday. The team had been a perennial playoff contender during Oakley’s tenure. They lost in the NBA Finals during Dolan’s inaugural year and have since become a league-wide laughingstock.
Oakley will be available for autographs, photographs and will be signing basketballs.
Headquarters is located at 552 West 38th Street (Between 10th and 11th Avenues), New York, NY 10018 and you may phone directly at 212-967-4646.
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Headquarters Gentlemen’s Club, otherwise known as HQNYC, has been voted “The Best Strip Club in New York” by online review site City Search. Formed by club industry stars in 2005 using decades of both nightclub and strip club experience, HQ is a bi-level club boasts a four-star bistro, over a dozen executive suites, and beautiful champagne galleries. The plush interior of HQ continues to attract photo shoots for models of Playboy and Penthouse, fashion runway shows, as well as music video shoots for artists appearing on MTV, VH1, and Fuse. They have also had the pleasure working with Sirius XM, FM radio personalities, The Independent Film Channel, and most recently, the TLC channel, which shot a scene at HQ for their new reality show, “Breaking Amish.” It is frequently used by rapper 50Cent’s website, www.thisis50.com, to interview stars of music, comedy, and the adult industry.