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Kings of Leon, Built to Spill, Sip & Dip, and Second Friday Over the Weekend

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Sip & Dip Pool Party Our Valley pool party coverage continues. This time we headed out to the Chandler Hilton for the "Sip & Dip Pool Party." Aquatic antics? Oh yeah, they had plenty...see photos

Built to Spill (Oh, Yeah, and Kings of Leon) at Cricket Pavilion on 7/10/10 Kings of Leon were, of course, the big draw Saturday night, and as an unrepentant music snob, there's definitely a part of me that wants to post some snarky review shitting all over the latest "next big thing" band to be shoved down our collective throats...full story

Second Friday in Mesa July 2010 On the second Friday of the month, Downtown Mesa is the place to be. Don't believe us? We've got a camera full of fire eaters, local bands and clocks made out of hard drives to offer up as proof...see photos

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