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  • First Friday March 2011
    First Friday presented Phoenicians with many events to attend, including the showing of Mutant Piñatas at Bragg’s Pie Factory on Grand, and of course, First Friday art walk on Roosevelt Row. Bragg’s was packed with different piñatas made mostly of papier-mâché, but also included a...
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  • Melrose District Street Fair in Photos
    Thousands of people turned up to the tenth Melrose District Street Fair on Seventh Avenue on Saturday to see classic cars, craft booths and fair games. The smell of kettle corn wafted among booths of jewelry and accessories or tin signs and paintings. At either end of the road, spectators could...
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  • It's Alive! How to Create a Mutant Pinata
    It's after 7 p.m. when Steve Weiss rolls up to The Lodge, a collective art space on Grand Avenue. He's packing wine and his face is plastered with the kind of grin children wear when they think they're going to get away with something naughty. Who's to say you wouldn't look the same if you too...
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  • Devil's Food: Brandi Kvetko's Halloween Collection
    Brandi Kvetko's first Halloween costume was Aunt Jemima. "I was 4 years old and I was in love with her," she says today. "I thought she was the coolest lady ever, with her bandanna and stuff. Getting to dress like her for a whole day was the best thing that had ever happened to me up 'til...
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  • Tiki Torch: Hula's Modern Tiki's Collection of Tiki Idols
    If Hula's Modern Tiki, the stylish, Polynesian-modern CenPho eatery seems like a cheeky tribute to Trader Vic's well, it is. Co-owner Chris Delaney became interested in tiki and surf culture as a kid growing up on Long Island, New York, but he truly fell in love with it in the '80s, when ...
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  • Club Candids: Just Keep Raving IV
    Ravers are an ultra-colorful bunch, to say the least. For example, if you happened to hanging out at Stratus this past weekend, your eyeballs likely woulda exploded from the onslaught of outrageous outfits, multi-colored madness, and bizarre behavior. The event was called Just Keep Raving IV,...
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  • Linkin Park at US Airways Center
    Linkin Park has a bit of a home court advantage, so to speak, since lead singer Chester Bennington is from The Valley and co-owns Club Tattoo. Which likely worked in their favor last night. And also, the band, wisely, eased into the new material by kicking off their set with a couple of songs...
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  • Sundays at The Roosevelt
    The Roosevelt is a downtown favorite for for its relaxed atmosphere, creative snacks and vast selection of beer and wine. Sunday's all night happy hour is a great way to take an affordable advantage of all three.
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  • Phoenix New Times February 2011 In Photos
    February! We hardly knew you and now you are gone. We've got a ton of great memories though. Check out the madness ranging from the Idiotarod to girls with flame throwers, to too many concerts to count!
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  • AZ Beer Week In Photos
    Arizona Beer Week has come and gone, and if you did it right you probably dont remember much of it. Luckily, we took photos at some of our favorite events! Click through the above shots to see all the booze-ridden frivolity. PHOTOS BY ZACH FOWLE
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  • Scottish Highland Games at Indian School Park
    For two days this weekend, a corner of Steele Indian School Park was transformed for the 47th Scottish Highland Games. Saint Andrew's Cross was flown, the sound of bagpipes filled the air, and many men in kilts could be seen wandering the park. Clans from across the state gathered to share...
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  • Arizona Matsuri 2011
    The 27th annual Arizona Matsuri festival was celebrated with true Japanese culture and passion. The weekend long festival included dance, musical and technique performances and also introduced a beer garden. Those who attended were dressed in their Japanese Street Fashion or Cosplay and had a...
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