Non-Californians might be interested to know that the City of Industry was created in 1957 to prohibit Los Angeles from annexing industrial land for tax revenue. This was a trick locals learned from the nearby City of Commerce and which I plan to use when I incorporate the City of Pornography.
But back to Belladonna. If you have never seen her in person, she makes you feel welcome no matter how seedy the surroundings.
Watch this video of Belladonna on two separate nights of the Adult Entertainment Expo (no, I still have not gone through all my videos from that event) continuing to sign autographs after everyone else has gone home. Then she talks to me for 20 minutes as I ask her questions about Whole Foods and her opinions on pirated pornography.
To show how much of a woman of the people Belladonna is, she recently traveled to the snowy wilds of Fitchburg, MA (well, she did it in December) to meet fans who had never seen a porn star before and to commiserate with them on the closure of Whalom Park.
15411 E. Valley Blvd., Industry CA
Thursday, March 11th: 10:30 pm
Friday, March 12th: 11pm & 1am
Saturday, March 13th: 1am