Kalamazoo, Michigan is a city with a history as diverse as its residents and it’s claims to fame are many: starting with the well-known fact that it is home to the Upjohn Pill and Granule Company, now known as The Pharmacia Corporation, a fortune 500 company and leader in pharmaceuticals. Abraham Lincoln made his only speech here, while many historic districts display the Art Deco period of architectural styles and shapes. Frank Lloyd Wright designed several “Usonian: styled homes in Kalamazoo during the 1940’s and left his mark in Michigan. But today’s most duly noted fact is that Kalamazoo is also home to the world famous Little Darlings show club out on Ravine Rd. Besides displaying numerous topless temptress’ it also contains a wide array of frosty cocktails, imported brews and Champagnes. The club runs the party off the rails, seven dreamy days a week with over 50 stunning stage strumpets, all only steps away. It also shares an expansive adult complex with it’s sister club: the Déjà Vu of Kalamazoo which is right next door, divided only by a full service Love Boutique. Little Darlings packs it’s patrons into a vast 350+ show bar with all of the plush appointments you would expect from the Déjà Vu club chain. The many dance suites and comfy sofas only enhance this charming locale, which is full of young, enticing entertainers and warm Michigan hospitality.