Anarchists vs. Nazis 2010 Anarchists and neo-Nazis from the National Socialist Movement battled in the streets of Phoenix Saturday, with around 300 anarchists and other counter-protesters blocking the NSM's march to the Sandra Day O'Connor U.S. Courthouse. The Phoenix PD read the anarchists the riot act (literally), but the anarchists refused to budge, and the bulls whipped out the tear gas. Ultimately two counter-protesters were arrested for throwing rocks at the Nazis. Granted, it was hardly non-violent, and that's a real shame. But at least the neo-Nazis know they're not welcome...see photos
Pie Social: Winners of the Celebrity Chef Contest It's true. Pie is love. At least, it's true that people in Phoenix love pie. You turned out in droves for the first-ever Pie Social, this past Saturday, co-sponsored by Chow Bella and Roosevelt Row, to raise funds for after-school programs...full story
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Phoenix Annual Parade of the Arts in Photos This year's Phoenix Annual Parade of the Arts featured a multitude of floats rigged up by local artists. The parade met up on 5th near Roosevelt row then headed Downtown. The Bad Cactus Brass Band lead the charge followed by folks on rocket bikes, undead dogs, and fluorescent snake monsters...see photos
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