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Back to School Parties and Pub Crawls, Topless Protests, and Drag Queen Performances Over the Weekend

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Mill Avenue's Cue Club Celebrates ASU's First Day of Classes Thursday was the first day back to school for ASU students and the Mill Cue Club was celebrating not only the start of classes, but also its 17th anniversary. Check out all the action, including go-go dancers and more. More back-to-school at Cue Club photos here.

New Times Back to School Pub Crawl On Friday night, the Phoenix New Times threw a Back to School Pub Crawl at Tempe Marketplace. Bar patrons crawled their way through the Thirsty Lion, Kabuki, Dave and Buster's, San Felipes Cantina, and finally, Cadillac Ranch. Along with the complimentary drinks participants in this poker-themed crawl received playing cards at each venue. Those left standing at the end of the night, compared their poker hands in hopes of winning the grand prize - a free trip to Las Vegas. Nothing like squeezing in one more vacation before the school year. More New Times Pub Crawl photos here.

Go Topless Day in Phoenix Topless women took to the streets in downtown Phoenix on Sunday as part of a protest against gender inequality. "Go Topless Day" exists on an international level, in an effort to make laws about showing woman-boobs and man-boobs the same. If guys can walk down the street "topless," then Phoenix "Go Topless Day" organizer Jenna Duffy tells New Times women should be able to do it too. Read the full story about Go Topless Day and see more Topless Day photos.

Drag Queen Pandora Boxx Takes Over The Rock Drag is a great way for queens to embrace their inner divas, regardless of gender or sexual orientation. On Friday, August 24, Pandora Boxx performed in front of a sold out crowd at The Rock. See the full review here.

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