The popular MTV reality show celebrated in all its guilty-pleasure glory at the Scottsdale bar on Friday, February 19, with plenty of fist-pumping, popped collars, teased hair, and more. PHOTOS BY BENJAMIN LEATHERMAN
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PHOTOS BY LUKE HOLWERDA
Ozzy Osbourne made his way to Changing Hands bookstore to sign copies of his new autobiography, I am Ozzy, this Saturday. The book signing attracted hordes of heavy metal fans hoping to catch a glimpse of The Ozzman. Check out a few photos of the event below.
PHOTOS BY RYAN WOLF
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Paradise Valley's landmark El Chorro Lodge reopened yesterday to a sold-out dinner crowd anxious to see all of the changes and improvements that have taken place since Jacquie Dorrance acquired the property last June. Dinner reservations are nearly booked solid for the next two weeks. Luckily,...
Alice In Chains received mixed reactions from last night's Dodge Theatre performance. Check out what the Twitter-sphere had to say about them or check out the following photographs for a peak at the show.
PHOTOS BY VICTOR PALAGANO
Hepcats, hip-hop fans, and scenesters aplenty came out in droves for Jen Deveroux’s Spank Factory soiree on Wednesday, February 17. The event also served as the birthday party for DJ Tricky T and the soft opening of Tempe nightclub 910 Live. PHOTOS BY BENJAMIN LEATHERMAN
The only evidence that we have of even attending the Strong Beer Festival on Saturday, February 13 at Margaret T. Hance park are these photos. Based on them, we can assume that there were many varieties of deliciously decadent brews all very, very high in alcohol content. Cheers!
The year 4708 got started off with a bang at this year's Phoenix Chinese Week Cultural and Cuisine Festival. Performers and guests celebrated the year of the tiger with delicious treats, martial arts, and dragon dances at the Chinese Cultural Center.
PHOTOS BY RYAN WOLF
Downtown Mesa music venue The Underground, which is located in the space formerly occupied by the old Nile Basement, opens to the public this weekend. The folks at Mantooth Group permitted us a sneak peak at the much-anticipated nightspot. PHOTOS BY BENJAMIN LEATHERMAN