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  • 10 Most Underrated Aspects of Living in Phoenix
    Sometimes, it can be easy to lose sight of why living in Phoenix is better than living in so many other cities. With that, check out our picks for the 10 most underrated aspects of living in Phoenix.Read the full story here.
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  • Ravers and Ragers at Monarch Theatre for Bro Safari and The Prophet
    Both floors of bi-level beat shack the Monarch Theatre in downtown Phoenix were absolutely cray cray on Saturday, May 3, during a one-two punch of EDM raging and raving. Upstairs, Dutch-born hardstyle hero The Prophet was whipping the crowd into a frenzy with hard-hitting beats and a furiously...
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  • 10 Best Cold Sandwiches in Metro Phoenix
    From brown paper lunches as kids to business breaks as adults, sandwiches are the sure yet simple staple of midday meals. With so many options available, choosing our top ten was a test, which is why we pushed aside the panini, maneuvered around the melts, and made a list of only best cold...
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  • Cinco de Mayo Parties in Metro Phoenix
    As one of the biggest drinking holidays of the year, Cinco de Mayo seems to bring everyone out of the woodwork to celebrate the occasion, including dudes sporting sombreros, chicas wearing cheesy fake mustaches, and drinkers of either sex eager to overindulge in some tequila, cerveza, and maybe...
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  • Medbox Takes the Medical Pot Business By Storm
    Medbox stock, available for purchase by the public, rates near the very top of the Marijuana Index, an information source for investors on pot-related companies. It's a billion-dollar company — largely because of a stroke of luck during one fateful week in November 2012, when Medbox's stock...
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  • NEEDTOBREATHE at Marquee Theatre, 5/5/14
    NEEDTOBREATHE is a band of strong suits -- that's not to say that they don't know how to put on a lively show (they do), that they can't play their instruments (they can), or that they can't draw a crowd (they did). Rather, they're a band that may not be the flashiest, nor the most technically...
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  • First Friday in Downtown Phoenix: May 2014
    Could it have been the last First Friday before summer sets in? Pretty much. This month we ventured to Eye Lounge, Monorchid, Greenhaus, and more. Enjoy.Photos by Jim Louvau
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  • Annual Global Marijuana March in Phoenix
    Marijuana supporters brought their signs, shirts, and voices to Steel Indian School Park on Saturday, May 3, 2014 for a peaceful gathering of some of those who support legalization. Scheduled speakers included Jim Mealer, the only gubernatorial candidate who is actively campaigning to legalize...
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  • Borgore at the Pressroom in Downtown Phoenix, 5/2/14
    Boregore rocked the Pressroom in downtown Phoenix on Friday, May 2\, along with Kennedy Jones and a number of other talented DJs. As the heat of Phoenix's summer approaches, bass heads hoped to squeeze in as much fun as possible before the heat becomes unbearable. They packed themselves into...
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  • George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic at Marquee Theatre
    George Clinton is 72 years old and he rocked a two-hour set at Tempe's Marquee Theatre Wednesday night. He had to stop to take a couple sit-downs throughout the set, but when I'm 72, if I can perform for 15 minutes I'll call it a Roman triumph. The man is just absolutely impressive as a...
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  • Shenanigans and Smiles at Gringo Star Street Bar in Tempe
    Club Candids waded through a crowd of ASU students, Mill Avenue regulars, and 20-something revelers packed into Gringo Star Street Bar in Tempe on Friday, April 25. Some were celebrating their impending graduation, a big birthday, or the fact it was the weekend, while others came out to battle...
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  • Behind the Scenes at the St. George Cocktail Dinner at The Gladly
    If you've been around long enough to remember Gregory's World Bistro -- it closed in 2004 -- then you probably won't be surprised to hear that Tuesday night's dinner at The Gladly, which featured chef Gregory Casale, was a sold out event. Read the full story here. Photos by Evie Carpenter
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