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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 donít 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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  • Fill in The Groove at Hoodlums
    The 3rd Annual Fill in The Groove Vinyl Art Show went down last night thanks to Hoodlums Music and Movies and Decorated vinyl from artists around the world adorned the walls as DJ Johnny D. played a few records of his own. The pieces will remain up until mid-April.
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  • Personal Space: Jill Detter
    Jill Detter moved into her 1950s tract home 22 years ago to be closer to her son's school. A few years later, she discovered Mexican art. Countless figurines, santos, trees of life, and pieces by local artists including Janet deBerg Lang and Linda Ingrahm decorate the librarian and avid art...
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  • 311 and Katastro in Photos
    Until last night I had never attended a sold out show at the Marquee. I had also never been surrounded by fans chanting any band's name as loudly as the audience of lovable stoners did last night as they waited anxiously for 311 to take the stage. Everyone in the venue was shouting, "Three...
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  • Third Thursday in El Mirage
    Thomas Schultz has been cultivating arts in downtown El Mirage for the past year. Although city officials behind fostering art in El Mirage have been fired by the city's newest leaders, Thomas continues to organize Third Thursdays, a fledgling arts festival in El Mirage. He hopes it will spark...
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  • El Mirage in Photos
    Lifelong residents of El Mirage remember living comfortably for decades with the nearby military base. The community became a city in 1951 and still managed to avoid rifts with military officials. After a while, the sounds of jet engines screeching overhead simply faded into the background....
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  • Club Candids: Shake! Six Year Anniversary at The Rogue Bar
    Shake! may have ended two years ago, but the original DJs got together last Saturday to celebrate the dance party's six year anniversary. Check out the dancing madness in the photos above. PHOTOS BY MELISSA FOSSUM
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  • Cupid's Revenge at District 8 Warehouse
    New York City’s Hard Onez and Seattle’s Grym were just two of the headliners at this action-packed underground dance event on Saturday, February 19, at the District 8 Warehouse. EDM was in the air all evening as ravers, club kids, and electronica aficionados spent the night dancing and prancing...
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