catherine barr

<< --- Return to Gallery Page


Taboo Sex Show and Tojos New Sushi Restaurant Opening

Jan 14, 2007

By Catherine Barr


It was a sex and sushi double header last weekend as two special events stood out from the crowd. First, the Vancouver Convention and Exhibition Centre played host all weekend to Taboo - the Naughty but Nice Sex Show, a consumer trade show dedicated to " romance and self-improvement" in all the right places. Then, on Sunday night, Hidekazu Tojo - the inventor of the California Roll, threw a big bash to open the doors of his new sushi palace on Broadway. Live taiko drummers and a traditional sake ceremony kept everyone entertained.

Catherine Barr, Vancouver's celebrity events reporter and photographer, is supported online by CLR Communications Ltd, , and

Vancouver's best events and celebrity functions are all archived here. Vancouver pubs, clubs, nightclubs, gala events and fundraisers are included. Thanks for viewing.

Due to server capacity, you will not be able to access or click through to the larger photographs. With over 250,000 unique visits each month, our site would quickly exceed the amount of memory needed.

If you would like to receive a copy of a photograph, then please send an email and enclose the details of the event, the date, the name, the photo number and the names of the people in the photograph. Also, for security reasons, I prefer not to email copies of pictures to anyone other than the people who are actually in the photo. Thanks.

Stripper Samantha Mack and Playgirl model Randy Sly were on hand to promote the Taboo sex show.
The Queen of Samba, Lucia Azevedo, and her backup dancers Maggie Lima (left) and Sandra Cortina (right) gave live performances at the Taboo sex show.
The Taboo sex show was full of characters - including Alice Cooper tribute band members Joe Zavaglia and Paul Smith.
Congrats to sushi master Hidekazu Tojo on his new star power location. Seen here with wife Yoko, daughter Momoko and her boyfriend Fancois Foglierini.
Known for serving sushi to the stars, Tojo's super chefs rise to the challenge. From left: Masato Shaimura, Michi Ogawa, Masayoshi Baba and Akira Usui.
Global TV weekend news and sports personalities Jay Janower and Robin Stickley were among the local celebs at Tojo's.



homevancouver event photosvideosvancouver newsfamous facesvancouver linksjoin catherine barrabout catherine barr

© Catherine Barr 1998-2006, All Right Reserved, Site by CLR Communications Ltd.

No part of this website or its content, photos, news stories or data may be reproduced without the express written permission
of Catherine Barr or CLR Communication Ltd.