Gateway at Tempe Pool Party, Feast on the Street, and Bike Week Bash Over the Weekend

Gateway at Tempe Pool Party, 4/13/13 A day of wet and wild fun in the sun took place in and around the pool of the Gateway at Tempe apartment complex on Saturday, April 13. As DJ Ice Man of Valley radio station 101.5 Jamz kept the party primed with sizzling beats of the Top 40 and EDM variety, ASU students and other college-aged kids spent the afternoon battled in water volleyball matches, got into splash fights, took a dip, or just lounged around and soaked up the solar rays. There were also hot wing-eating contests, prize raffles, swimming shenanigans, and plenty pizza and soda pop on hand (as the event was strictly a non-alcoholic affair).

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Feast on the Street 2013 in Downtown Phoenix Part food truck fair and part gardening and composting expo, 2013's Feast on the Street festival was free event for Phoenicians to enjoy the sunshine and local cuisine. The event, which took place on April 13, centered around a large table setup off First Street that spanned above Roosevelt past Filmore for a half mile stretch. Local bands and breweries also joined in, making the event good fun for everyone.

Represent Entertainment Launch Party and Bike Week Bash at Baseline Sports Bar, 4/12/13 Sons of Anarchy actors Christopher Douglas Reed and Michael Marisi Ornstein motored on into Tempe's Baseline Sports Bar on Friday, April 13, to serve as the special guests of honor at the Represent Entertainment Launch Party. The biker-friendly establishment's Harley-loving clientele lined up for a chance to meet and get autographs from Ornstein, who plays troubled bookkeeper Chuck Marstein on the hit FX show, and Reed, better known as SAMCRO member Philip "Filthy Phil" Russell, at the event, which took place during Arizona Bike Week and featured an appearance by the bar's infamous Baseline Babes.

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Claire Lawton
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