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Lebowski Fest, Rebel Yell, Revenge of the Nerds, and More Independence Day Shenanigans Over the Weekend

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Lebowskifest 2012 at Sail Inn Saturday Night at the Sail Inn was a night to celebrate "The Dude." Fans of the Big Lebowski came out to listen to good music and have some White Russians in honor of the movie. In between each set Bottoms up would play and keep the crowd entertained. Live music also included the Dead Hot Workshop and Banana Gun.

Rebel Yell at The Rogue Bar Hipsters with colorful hair and tattooed glam punks were in abundance at Rebel Yell, William Reed's new weekly punk/rock dance party at The Rogue Bar. Guests were left wanting more, more, more on Saturday, July 7.

Reform School: Revenge of the Nerds at Sanctum Is there anything better than naughty school girls? Believe it or not, yes. Tattooed bespectacled babes and a sexy Harry Potter were spotted in the crowd at Reform School- Revenge of the Nerds, turning geek into chic at Sanctum on Friday, July 6.

Fourth of July Nightlife 2012 in the ValleyIndependence Day festivities raged in bars and clubs across the Valley's nightlife landscape on Tuesday, July 3, and Wednesday, July 4, as revelers gathered to celebrate the birth of our nation while engaging in the constitutional right to dance and drink. Our cameras visited fetes and fiestas that took place in such Phoenix and Scottsdale nightspots as the Monarch Theatre, Smashboxx, El Hefe, and Bar Smith in search of Fourth of July fun.

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