“A mega-entertainment mall for the masses, Dot City is a $900-million complex devoted to the fabled Algonquin Round Table writer Dorothy Parker. Inspired by Dot City: Dorothy Parker’s New York, an online guide to the sulphurous scribe’s various Gotham haunts, Dot City Vegas has it all: dine at the $7.99 Dakota Buffet or clown around at Literary Critic Crash ‘Em Up Derby. Is that legendary New Yorker publisher Harold Ross playing the ponies? Could that be the lauded New York Times Drama Critic Aleck Woollcott sucking down a free Corona? If they’re witty, alcoholic, from New York, and not alive anymore, you’ll find them at Dot City!”
Within 24 hours, we got loads of cool e-mail, such as this one from Linda:
Thank you for this site. Thank you. I have been a huge Parker fan and I live in the middle of Kansas! I would NEVER had got to see these things even if I could have made the trip. Your site is Tops with me.