Some women seem to have nothing better to do than strip down to something frilly, stretch out on a leopard-skin and say "cheese." Isn't it grand? Thirty-three such frivolous local ladies, all entered in the Bring Your Own Beauty Pin-Up Contest, a Vargas-inspired fundraiser hosted by photographer Jim Narcy of Paper Dolls to benefit the Rocky Mountain USO, will compete tonight for the chance to serve as professional pin-up models for event sponsors. But before the top five spitfires are chosen by popular vote, see your favorites be interviewed by area cabaret host Naughty Pierre or take part in talent and game show segments during the Betty Bluebird Late Show, beginning at 8:30 p.m. at the Ginn Mill, 2041 Larimer Street.
Admission is free, but votes go for $1 apiece; winners, who will reconnoiter for a culminating shindig on August 20, are to be announced at 11 p.m. But in the meantime, DJ Texas Josh will supply the spins, and the first fifty 8 p.m. early birds will receive free Jim Beam drink tickets. Get details at www.letbeautyloose.com/paperdolls.
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