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  • Inside an Arizona Drug Smuggling Gang
    His boss had just bought the white sedan he drove; it still was fitted with Mexican license plates. He had no insurance, and his only identification was a fake Mexican driver's license — now tucked against $140,000 in cash in a black backpack resting on the floor of the vehicle's passenger...
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  • Club Candids at Vintage Lounge. 3/2/13
    The ladies of Arizona Roller Derby flocked to Vintage Lounge on Saturday, March 2 to raise money for its traveling team, the Tent City Terrors. Check out a bevy of derby girls and sorority sisters in this week's Club Candids slideshow. Photos by Melissa Fossum
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  • Mutant Pinata Show 2013 at Bragg's Pie Factory
    Bragg's Pie Factory is currently stuffed with beautiful and innovative pinatas for the sixth annual Mutant Pinata show, which will also be on display for the Grand Avenue Third Friday Artwalk. Check out the creations in our slideshow, or head over to Bragg's to check 'em out in person.Photos by...
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  • International UFO Congress 2013 in Fountain Hills
    UFO and extraterrestrial fanatics from around the world converged in Fountain Hills over the weekend for the 22nd annual UFO Convention at Fort McDowell Resort and Casino. Speakers discussed the latest evidence of alien activity, while booths sold symbolic and spiritual jewelry, artwork and...
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  • 7th Avenue Street Fair and Classic Car Show, 3/2/13
    7th Avenue between Indian School and Campbell was packed with a diverse group of Phoenicians scoping out Chester's classic car show and the healthy living expo, as well as a bevy of local vendors and food trucks on Saturday, March 2nd.Photos by Melissa Fossum
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  • Brujeria, 910 Live, 3/1/13
    In 2010, Jan Brewer asserted that "our law enforcement agencies" had found decapitated bodies in the desert along the Arizona-Mexican border. Although undocumented immigration from Mexico does lead to deaths in that region, it turned out that the stories about mutilated bodies were...
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  • First Friday and Art Detour 25 in Downtown Phoenix, 3/1/13
    It was a huge weekend for art in downtown Phoenix. First Friday saw the openings of exhibitions in galleries around town and Art Detour gave art fans a chance to check out galleries and art studios throughout the weekend. Photos by Diana Lustig and Claire Lawton.
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  • decker., Sail Inn, 3/1/13
    Sedona-based songwriter Brandon Decker bounced around the Sail Inn like a pinball, shaking hands, raising drinks, and grooving intently to the lineup of bands dueling between two stages. Decker's a humble enough guy, but it was impossible to deny: Last night was his night. The broad smile under...
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  • February 2013 in Phoenix New Times Photos
    Check out the New Times month in photos including The 2013 Waste Management Phoenix Open, the Strong Beer Festival, Idiotarod 2013, The Who, Phoenix Body Art Expo, and more.Photos by New Times Staff
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  • Club Candids: Tempe Art A Gogh-Gogh at Sail Inn
    Club Candids swung by The Sail Inn on Friday, February 22, to witness the fun of the monthly Tempe Art A Gogh-Gogh shindig.Photos by Benjamin Leatherman
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  • Arizona Renaissance Festival 2013
    Lords and ladies gathered to indulge in jousting, belly dancing, shopping, and of course the consumption of turkey legs and frozen confections at the annual Renaissance Festival on Sunday, February 24. The Festival runs through March 31.Photos by Melissa Fossum
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  • The Used at Marquee Theatre, 2/24/13
    Last night, the Marquee Theatre reverberated with the sound of young cheering fans and hardcore screamo tunes on the Take Action Tour, which aims to raise awareness about such issues as teen suicide, bullying and more (super badass). The tour this year consists of The Used, We Came As Romans,...
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