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Hair Wars, '90s Birthday Parties, and a Danny Marianino Book Signing Over the Weekend

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Hair Wars World Finals at W Scottsdale, 12/2/12 Coifs towered high in exotic, futuristic fashions for the hair raising Hair Wars World Finals at W Scottsdale on Sunday, December 2. Locals JSalon took first prize with its international flair, while Salon Christian's funky designs and Horrorific's macabre styles rounded out the top three.

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Chance and Christoff's '90s Birthday Party @ Monarch Theatre Denim, bright prints, and scrunchies littered the dance floor as the chic, downtown crowd donned their best '90s looks for Chance Gullon and Christopher London's joint birthday party at Monarch Theatre on Saturday, December 1.

Danny Marianino "Don't Ever Punch a Rock Star" Book Signing at Zia Records, 12/1/12 Danny Marianino infamously punched The Misfits' Glenn Danzig after a squabble in Tuba City, resulting in an eight year aftermath of angry folks posting threats and poorly constructed smack talk online.

Friends and supporters of the musician showed up at the brand new Zia Records at 19th Avenue and Camelback to get a signed copy of Marianino's self-published book, Don't Ever Punch a Rockstar: A Collection of Hatemail and Other Crazy Rumors.

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