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Phoenix Design Museum, Occupy Phoenix, Maker Faire, and Tour de Fat Over the Weekend

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Until November 11, The historic Phoenix Seed & Feed Capitol Warehouse (411 South 2nd Street) will be home to the Phoenix Design Museum, which houses curated collections of local and national design. On Thursday night, the Professional Association for Design (AIGA) hosted a grand opening that was full of designers and the design-curious. Check out the event coverage here


Saturday's Occupy Phoenix rally in downtown Phoenix was packed with hippies, teachers, communists, anarchists, stoners, people dressed as cows, people dressed as cops, people with guns, and they all have one thing in common: they're mad as hell and they're not gonna take it anymore. More photos here

On Saturday, Maker Bench Tempe, Roosevelt Row, Tony Felice PR, MAKE Magazine, and CRAFT magazine brought science, art, and engineering together in the Roosevelt Row district in downtown Phoenix. More photos here. 




 

Folks dressed as Waldo, Lt. Dangle, Quailman, and Pikachu gathered at Tempe Beach Park on Saturday, October 16 to enjoy beer and bicycles at New Belgium's annual Tour de Fat. Full slideshow here.



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