Fight Club Sadisco at Jugheads The annual tour de pain known as Fight Club Sadisco returned to Jugheads this weekend with all the pulse-pounding fisticuffs we've come to expect. Dudes thrashed dudes. Girls brutalized girls. Everyone had a great time degenerating into madness. Don't believe us? Check out the above photos...see photos
AZ Salsa Festival at The Venue of Scottsdale Local salsa dancers kicked it at The Venue of Scottsdale. Nothing could stop the dance, not even a zombie invasion. No, seriously. There were zombies dancing salsa at this thing...see photos
Sway's AQUAgirl Pool Party at the Wyndham Hotel Another weekend, another kick-ass roof top pool party. This time around it was at the Wyndham courtesy of AQUAgirl, a charity organization focusing on issues that affect women. Check out the pics of the zany action above...see photos
Cake at Marquee Theater The 20-year-old Sacramento band hasn't put out a new album in six years, and hasn't had a bona fide hit in nearly a decade, since "Short Skirt/Long Jacket." That's a resume appropriate for a county fair -- not that you could tell by the reception they got here...full story
More live music goodness: Running From Bears at Lost Leaf
The Devil's Martini wears Ruby Boutique Devil's Martini played host to a beach party and fashion show on Friday, June 18. Ruby Boutique provided the beach-inspired fashion, all of which was available for $40. The event was held to help raise money for the Arizona Humane Society...see photos
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