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  • Sunset Strip Music Festival 2013 in West Hollywood: Day 3
    Day three of SSMF featured bands including Linkin Park, Orgy, Julien-K, and Smile Empty Soul. Check out all our photos from days one, two and three. Sunset Strip Music Festival 2013 in West Hollywood: Day 2 Sunset Strip Music Festival 2013 in West Hollywood: Day 1 Photos by Jim Louvau
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  • Sunset Strip Music Festival 2013 in West Hollywood: Day 2
    Former Stone Temple Pilots singer Scott Weiland bombed at the Viper Room during the second evening of SSMF. Weiland and his solo band butchered most of the STP classics. It's no wonder the band is thrilled with bringing Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington on board. Hoobastank (remember those...
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  • Sunset Strip Music Festival 2013 in West Hollywood: Day 1
    The 2013 edition of the Sunset Strip Music Festival kicked off in West Hollywood last night. Joan Jett was honored with a VIP tribute ceremony at the House of Blues and performances included Ours and 8MM, who stole the show at The Roxy. Photos by Jim Louvau
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  • Brews and Banter Dinner at The Arrogant Butcher, 7/30/13
    The Arrogant Butcher served up four courses of delectable fare for its Brews and Banter dinner on Tuesday, July 30, featuring dishes by Zack Rnadol, and brews hand picked by Mother Road Brewing Company. See Also: July 2013 in New Times Food Photos Photos by Melissa Fossum
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  • July 2013: The Month in New Times Photos
    From concerts, to night-life, to arts events, our tireless photographers have been out covering the Valley scene, and they've captured some great moments throughout the past month. Check out some of our favorite photos including pics from Fourth of July partying in Scottsdale and Tempe, Fatboy...
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  • Phoenix Food Porn: July 2013 in New Times Food Photos
    The month of July has come and gone and we're finding it hard to believe summer is basically half over already. Check out some of our favorite food photos from the past month. Now if you could only eat your computer screen life would be perfect. Enjoy!Photos by New Times staff and contributors
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  • Hollywood Alley's Final Weekend, July 26-28
    This weekend marked the end of an era, as Hollywood Alley prepared to close its doors after 25 years of iconic live music. The Mesa bar's three-day closing event featured performances by Pinky Tuscadero's WKAF (as well as a wedding officiated by Tom Reardon himself), Fred Green, Banana Gun, and...
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  • I Love Industrial Dance Party at Monarch Theatre, 7/27/13
    Monarch Theatre was full of folks sporting shiny, black vinyl outfits, gas masks, and an assortment of aggressive, pulsating beats for the appropriately titled "I Love Industrial" dance party on Saturday, July 27. The summer's definitive industrial showcase included performances by Tactical...
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  • The Maine at Crescent Ballroom, 7/27/13
    Ten years ago, a local band selling out a venue the size of the Crescent as convincingly as The Maine did Saturday night would likely mean that band would be on its way to a major label deal. The Maine, of course, are now two albums removed from one such deal, separating from Warner Bros....
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  • Matchbox Twenty at Comerica Theatre, 7/26/13
    As much as I embrace the label in a jaded attempt to disarm its pathetic sting, "hipster" doesn't really describe me. Particularly, I listen to literally hundreds of musicians, scattered from every genre you can name (except ska because fuck ska), but I never choose to "like" a band because...
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  • Eating Oaxacan-style at La 15 y Salsas in Sunnyslope
    On the subject of who has the best tamales in the Valley, the debate never seems to end. Given the countless national and international variations of the wrapped snack, the issue won't resolve itself anytime soon. But when it comes to tamales oaxaqueño, the discussion stops with La 15 y...
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  • Kid Rock at Ak-Chin Pavilion, 7/24/13
    Robert Richie, better known as Kid Rock, is no longer a kid, but he proved that he could still rock with the best of them last night at Ak-Chin Pavilion. Journey's "Don't Stop Believing" blasted until the line "Just a city boy born and raised in South Detroit." As the lights dimmed, Rock's...
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