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Best of 2011: Naughty Business

This year's winner doesn't sell dildos or lingerie, but it has a similarly fun and frisky view on grown-up activities. Started by Lindzey Martucci, aka Lola Spitfire, almost four years ago, Peaks & Pasties has just seen its best year yet. "2011 has really been our year, really, to kick ass," Martucci says. With 16 veteran members, 30 core members and 20 to 25 apprentices, P&P holds a steady schedule of gigs around town, including quarterly "extravaganzas" at Stargazers Theatre and Event Center, in which burlesque stars from around the country make guest appearances. And there's even more to look forward to, according to Martucci, including a male burlesque show there in November and next year's Colorado Burlesque Festival, which she produces. Says Martucci: "We're just riding this sparkly, feathery, amazing wave." — Edie Adelstein

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