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Drinks, Ink, and a Fox

Local vixen Lea Vendetta leaves a lasting impression on most people who cross her path. For some, her intense gaze, sexy voice, and bold style will become emblazoned in memory. For others, the mark she leaves may be visible for the world to see. If you give her permission, she will touch your body and color you forever. That's right -- she is a tattoo artist! And not only is she a sexy one and a local one but she is an extremely good one. So good that she has been selected to compete on the Spike TV series Ink Master.

To celebrate this prestigious honor, she is hosting a watching party for the world premiere of the show Tuesday at Spin Ultra Lounge (346 Plaza Real, Boca Raton). The drama that will unfold over the course of the series is yet to be revealed, but the trailer for the show teases us with clips of pig carcass tattooing; large, scary man tattooing; and sexy, naked women tattooing. A little something for everyone! And speaking of a little something for everyone, the watching party will feature half-priced drinks and $3 Sailor Jerrys all night, as well as -- and this is the best part -- a raffle that will award one lucky partier a tattoo from Vendetta herself. Attend this party and you are guaranteed to walk out the door with a little bit of Lea -- be it in your heart and mind or right there on your skin. The party starts at 9 p.m., and the show airs at 10 p.m. Admission is free. Call 561-361-3999, or visit leas-lounge.com.
Tue., Jan. 17, 9 p.m., 2012

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Travis Newbill

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