...or at least the line outside. Several people piled up outside of The Brickhouse to get tickets to Foxboro Hot Tubs which were only for sale at the venue on the day of the concert. No cameras were allowed inside, but here are a few shots of what those waiting outside experienced.
Leather and lace doesn't quite cut it. Arizona Fetish Prom lived up to its promise to provide an atmosphere for attendees to truly be themselves in public...even if that meant forehead implants and crucifixion.
As graffiti artists including Such and Dose worked to create their pieces on Building G at 1700 Curry, photographer Michael Healy caught them in the act. Now it's your turn to catch a rare glimpse of what a tagging masterpiece looks like before it's finished.
Lake Havasu City-based band Blackmarket may not have their rock attitudes down but their music speaks for itself. Check out a few pics from their show at The Brickhouse on May 18, 2008 and read Niki D'Andrea's show review on Up on the Sun.
Graffiti and traditional artists combined forces to cover building G at 1700 Curry with wall murals. These acts of tagging will be auctioned off to raise money to transform the self storage facility into a community art space.
Greyhounds are built for speed. Wiener Dogs are built for laps. Yet several of the cute, little guys ran like champions at Phoenix Greyhound Park during the Wiener National Race on Saturday, May 17, 2008