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  • The Shop at The Hidden House
    The Hidden House's The Shop is the spot to go for underground hip hop in Phoenix. DJ Al Page's The Shop is one of the valley's most well established hip hop nights, recently celebrating its sixth anniversary. The most recent edition featured the musical stylings of DJ Radar and DJ Tricky T.
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  • Revolver & Roses Fashion Show at Revolver Lounge
    Revolver Lounge kicked off its first anniversary weekend on Thursday, February 10, with an evening of lovely ladies in their unmentionables parading down a runway. Babes and beauties busted out with lingerie and swimwear and helped heat up the Scottsdale hot spot. PHOTOS BY BENJAMIN LEATHERMAN
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  • Club Candids at Shotgun Betty's
    The saucy cowgirls at Shotgun Betty's Rock & Roll Salloon serve their shots with a side of attitude. These gals dance on tabletops while classics from Def Leppard, Journey and Guns N' Roses blast through the well-stocked bar, which is complete with a motorcycle. PHOTOS BY MELISSA FOSSUM
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  • Phoenix New Times Sound Check
    Did you make it out to our weekend-long rock fest? If not, no worries. Check out the shots from day two of our Sound Check including Authority Zero, Fred Green, and Dub MC. PHOTOS BY SHAWN ANDERSON
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  • Ransom at Philthy Phil's
    Philthy Phil's dive-y decor, sticky chairs and cheap drinks set just the right tone for this weekly indie dance night. Ransom is presented by local DJ and promoter Craig Citizen and every Friday Philthy Phil's lets its inner scenester out in honor of the occasion.
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  • Phoenix Idiotarod 2011
    Alaska has the Iditarod. Phoenix has the Idiotarod. Members of the Arizona Cacophony Society decorated shopping carts and wore ridiculous costumes as they pulled each other through the streets of Phoenix firing Super Soakers full of milk. Somehow this wacky example of disorderly conduct...
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  • First Friday: February 2011
    Spray-painted MLks, fire-twirling bad-asses, galleries of folks trying to escape the cold and, of course, Mike Maas; First Friday was a rollicking good time as usual in February. If you missed the fun, check it out from the safety of your computer in the photos above. PHOTOS BY SARA DALTON
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  • Interpol at Marquee Theater
    Interpol hasn't headlined a Phoenix show since 2004, a few months after Antics was released. In 2005 they visited our state twice, playing Edgefest, and Coconuts, a small Tucson bar that is now closed. Since then, Arizona has been skipped on every tour, including all of 2007's Our Love to...
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  • Partying at the Bird's Nest
    If you can't remember whether you had a good time at the Waste Management Open or not, don't worry. That means you stumbled upon The Bird's Nest and you had a great time. Check out the drunken, golf-related shenanigans in the above photos. PHOTOS BY MIKE SEPULVEDA
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  • The Twelves at 910 Live
    Hailing from Rio de Janerio, The Twelves played a non-stop, high-intensity, two hour set full of remixed Daft Punk, Simian Mobile Disco, Phoenix, Black Kids, The Rapture, and many more. 9 other Djs, including San Diego’s Gabe Vega graced 910 Live’s two stages. The audience was full of electro...
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  • Super Bowl XLV Parties in Cave Creek
    The hamlet north of Phoenix is most famous for drawing outlaws like the rapper DMX and Hell's Angel's founder Sonny Barger but it's also home to two of the most rabid out-of-town team football bars in America -- The Buffalo Chip, a hangout for hardcore Cheeseheads, and Harold's Corral, which...
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  • Symphony for the Dance Floor at ASU Gammage
    Hip-hop and classical music were mixed and mashed up into a dynamic audio and visual feast during the world premiere of Daniel Bernard Roumain's distinctive Symphony for the Dance Floor on Saturday, February 5, at ASU Gammage in Tempe...read more.PHOTOS BY MELISSA FOSSUM
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