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  • AMOCOCO Luminarium at Mesa Arts Center
    Mesa Arts Center was home to Amococo luminarium, a sculpture made in Nottingham, England that was brought to Mesa by Architects of Air. The luminariam has visited numerous places around the globe, now including Arizona. Visitors kicked off their shoes before they entered the hand made...
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  • St. Patrick's Day in Scottsdale
    St. Patrick's Day revelers were out en force last night in Scottsdale, populating such clubs as Shotgun Betty's, Mulligan's Brick Bar, Giligin's, The Firehouse, and DJ's.PHOTOS BY BENJAMIN LEATHERMAN
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  • Flogging Molly at Tempe Beach Park
    With all of indie folks invading Austin to schmooze and snap photos at SxSW, the rest of us were left with what's become a Tempe St. Patrick's Day tradition: watching Flogging Molly at Tempe Beach Park. The band has been a staple each year, with this being their seventh annual stop (though not...
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  • Club Candids at Primebar
    Weekends are kind of a big thing at the Scottsdale Quarter. The bars and clubs of the North Scottsdale shopping district are packed with pretty peeps and stylish shenanigans aplenty. That includes upscale spot Primebar, which is where Club Candids visited on Saturday, March 12.PHOTOS BY...
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  • The Brides of March Bar Crawl Through Tempe
    AZ Cacophony, those lovable scamps responsible for the Idiotarod and Santarchy, were back to their old tricks this weekend with "The Brides of March." This annual event puts cacophony members in wedding dresses (and the occasional ex-prom dress hastily scored from Good Will) and gets 'em drunk...
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  • Caramelpalooza In Photos
    The competition got sticky Friday night at the second annual Caramelpalooza, co-sponsored by Chow Bella and Smeeks. We're not sure of the exact head count -- beyond the fact that the line wrapped around the block -- but we do know that approximately 2,750 caramels were gone in about an hour's...
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  • Super Spartan Race In Photos
    On a hot Saturday, athletes from across the state travelled to Rawhide Western Town in Chandler in the hopes of becoming the next Super Spartan warrior. They faced a grueling, eight-mile race through desert terrain with more than 15 different obstacles, including a wall of fire, rock wall...
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  • Arizona Aloha Festival In Photos
    Hawaiian and South Pacific Islander culture said "Aloha" to Tempe this weekend. The Arizona 2011 Aloha Festival brought out not only a hot sun, but many different performances, foods, and Hawaiian print shirts. The festival's main objective was to bring awareness about Hawaiian and South...
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  • Devotchka at Marquee Theatre
    Considering how many indie-centric shows took place around The Valley last night it wasn't a big surprise to find a smallish crowd at the Marquee Theatre for DeVotchKa. It was a decent showing, but far from capacity. Those in attendance -- especially those who came early enough to catch last...
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  • Andrew Goodwin at The Roosevelt
    Andrew Goodwin is straight out of the signer songwriter tradition. He plays some originals but mostly does acoustic renditions of indie and alternative rock favorites. Goodwin takes requests too. He plays from 8 p.m. to 12 a.m. at The Roosevelt every First and Third Wednesday.
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  • A Sense of Yuma
    We maintain that Yuma is a pit stop, not a destination. But Sunset's March issue would have you think otherwise, and in anticipation of this weekend's Lettuce Days, the city is embracing the attention and trying to appeal past the RV set to the hipsters who study travel magazines and articles....
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  • Month in Food Porn: February 2011
    It's March now, but we're still hungry. That's why we're taking a look back at the hottest, tastiest shots of decadent culinary creations from the month of February. Don't judge. We like the instant gratification. Besides, we're betting you can't look away from these succulent shots. Stay hungry.
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