September 06, 2006 12:35am
New York Post: Joanna Angel in 25 Sexiest NYers
Source: BSG PR
by: Company Press Release
(NEW YORK, NY) -- September 6th, 2006 Joanna Angel, owner of BurningAngel Entertainment and VCA Pictures contract star, has been chosen by the New York Post as one of the 25 sexiest New Yorkers.
The New York Post is one of the oldest newspapers in the United States. Since 1976, it has been owned by Australian-born billionaire Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation and as of March 2006, is the 11th largest newspaper (in terms of circulation) in the United States. The piece was written by Sara Stewart and Reed Tucker. The New York Post has a circulation of about 700,000.
"There are so many beautiful people in New York, I am flattered to have received this honor," says Joanna Angel.
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About Joanna Angel:
Joanna Angel, writer, journalist, producer, director, model, and an AVN award winning adult film star, is founder and owner of BurningAngel.com, an independent site that celebrates the intersection of sex and rock n' roll with erotic photos and hardcore XXX movies alongside her interviews with punk and indie bands including Marylin Manson, My Chemical Romance, the Bouncing Souls, and Bad Religion, among many others. Referred to as the "queen of altporn," Joanna has been featured on Playboy TV's "Sexcetera," Fuse TV, KSEX Radio, and in numerous editorials, including the the New York Times, the Village Voice, Time Out New York, The New York press, Esquire UK, Penthouse, Screw, Xbiz, Fleshbot, AVN, and Heeb, which featured her on their cover and named her an "up-and-coming Jew." Joanna holds a B.A. In English from Rutgers University --among her numerous professional and provocative roles, she considers herself a writer above all and documents all her life's experiences in her BurningAngel blog, which is revered by intellectuals, hipsters and rock n' rollers across the globe. She also acted as a featured sex advice columnist in Spin magazine.