If you happened to spy bizarrely dressed groups of people pushing equally weird-looking shopping carts along the sidewalks of downtown Phoenix over the weekend, you weren't hallucinating.
The Arizona Cacophony Society held the annual Phoenix Idiotarod on Saturday afternoon and caused plenty of ... More >>
Bar owners of Old Town Scottsdale take warning: There's a good chance your establishment will be invaded by sea of red-suited revelers sometime during the evening hours of Saturday, December 17.
Here's a tip on how to deal with the situation: Refrain from ringing up Scottsdale's finest and ins ... More >>
Carnival Brasil at The Sail Inn
Who says you have to go to Rio to experience Carnival. We had more fun than you can shake a Capoeira master at right here in Phoenix at The Sail Inn. Check out the dancing insanity...see photos
Arizona Aloha Festival at Tempe Beach Park
We all know that ... More >>
Jonathan McNamaraThe annual Santarchy affair will fill the streets of Scottsdale with kooky Kris Kringle clones on Saturday.When Clement Clarke Moore first penned The Night Before Christmas in 1823 (and thus, gave birth to many of the conceptions associated with Jolly Old Saint Nick), the Victori ... More >>
Beware the "Brides" of March
Riding on the heels of December's "Santarchy," "The Brides of March," is the latest whacky social gathering created by Arizona Cacophony Society, the same people responsible for the Idiotarod. Their goal: total inebriation while sporting dresses usually reserved only for ... More >>
Jonathan McNamaraSee more wedding shots in our Brides of March slide show.
There's no party like one that starts early. At least that seemed to be the attitude held by dozens of men and women clad in wedding dresses as they congregated on the corner of Mill Avenue and Rio Salado on Saturday, March 1 ... More >>