The packed house Saturday night was proof positive to Young and his crew at Spiral that the three male and one female fully nude dancers were well-received. Lansing, Michigan vacation? But another federal court ruling--this one came in December in Detroit--undid that practice, according to Liquor Control Commission spokesperson Andrea Miller. Footer Navigation. LANSING -- To celebrate its 15th anniversary, one of the capital region's most popular gay bars did something it had never done, something that wasn't legally permissible just a matter of months ago.
But another federal court ruling--this one came in December in Detroit--undid that practice, according to Liquor Control Commission spokesperson Andrea Miller.
Esquire Turner St. All rights reserved. It was an event made possible by a late ruling from a federal judge in Detroit that, in conjunction with another court decision, effectively lifted Michigan's ban on full nudity at alcohol-serving establishments. In the spring, Young was investigating whether Spiral could host a seminar on sexual fetishes, an informational session that, for example, would teach spectators how to properly and safely bind a sex partner.
The Liquor Control Commission previously required local governments to sign off before it issued topless activity permits, among others, to bars and clubs.