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BENEFIT: Nasty Productions White Trash Party 

Saturday, Aug. 28

Getting down and dirty trailer-trash style has never been so easy, especially since Nasty Productions began hosting its White Trash theme parties. This year's White Trash Party marks No. 6 and is taking place (and starting earlier) in a new location — The Ultimate Gym. Dress as redneck-like as possible to win prizes in categories like "Shortest Daisy Dukes," "Best male/female costume," "Overall Trashiest." Other fun in the mix includes a white trash car competition, a wet T-shirt contest, a motorcycle burnout competition, a lawn mower race and more. And, if you really like gritty, you'll want to keep your eyes on the Gore-a-licious Girls who will be wrestling in ranch dressing. Um ... ugh ... yeah, and you thought it was for salads only. Trashy sounds will be provided by a DJ and bands such as The Brown Liquor Pickers, The Loose Lugnuts and, as always, the costume clad parody primers Iron Cordoba. Oh, and this is a benefit for the Police K9 Foundation, so add to the beer gut (and do some good for pooches in need of safety vests) by paying a visit to the cash bar and coming out. $10. Gates open at 5 p.m.; Iron Cordoba hits the stage at 9:30 p.m. 401 E. 35th St.

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