Hustler Celebrates 34 Years with Big Party

Joanne Cachapero
HOLLYWOOD, Calif. —Larry Flynt Publications celebrated Hustler magazine’s 34th anniversary Saturday night with an event held at the Highlands, in the heart of Hollywood. The red carpet gala was open to the public and the club was crowded with more then 2,000 industry members and mainstreamers.

“We’re having a good time,” Hustler Vice President of Business Development Theresa Flynt told XBIZ. “It’s great to be able to have an event like this, especially with a lot of people that work with us here tonight.”

Hustler founder and legendary pornographer Larry Flynt kicked off the red carpet, making a brief appearance for cameras.

In an upstairs lounge with a glittering view of downtown Los Angeles, several adult personalities gathered. On the scene upstairs: starlets Lexxi Tyler, Whitney and Britney Stevens, Savannah Stern, Tori Black, Havana Ginger, Logan James and Elizabeth Starr; male performers Tee Reel, Niko, Danny Mountain, Mr. Pete, Dino Bravo and Jon Jon; husband-and-wife performers Marcus London and Devon Lee, photographer Holly Randall, director Roy Karch and adult icon Ron Jeremy, among others.

The party was co-hosted by Nautica Thorn and Ava Rose, whose images flashed across the club’s TV monitors, alongside promos for the Erotica L.A. show coming in June.

The Hustler contingent partied on the outdoor patio, in unseasonably warm summer-like weather, with Theresa Flynt and LFP President Michael Klein hosting a large table of party guests. Everyone enjoyed the DJ’s party mix until late into the night, finally closing the club out and going home with Hustler-branded gift bags.