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Chaos Theory, Grindwhore, and Tempe Oktoberfest Over the Weekend

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Grindwhore at Infinitas Gallery Grindwhore infiltrated the senses of onlookers at October's First Friday. The sight of people donned in body armor attacking each other with power tools greeted the eyes. The smell of burning metal filled the nose. A slinky, creepy and industrial sound bombarded the ears. While this cannot all be shared, here is a peek at all the spark-filled sexy sights...see photos

Tempe Oktoberfest Tempe Beach Park got hammered this weekend. Tiny cups of beer endlessly met the lips of brew-lovers during Tempe's Oktoberfest. See the alcohol-fueled antics in our slideshow...see photos

Chaos Theory 11 at Legend City Chaos Theory didn't necessarily make First Friday all that chaotic, but it did provide some of the more creative and cutting edge artwork of the evening. Furthermore, it didn't feature any Ryan Reynolds appearances so that was an additional perk...see photos

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