Phoenix Fashion Week 2012: Saturday Night at Talking Stick Resort You know you're at Phoenix Fashion Week when two men ask you to snap a cellphone photo of them and they proceed to artistically direct the "shoot." True story. The final evening of Fashion Week 2012 brought together the best bunch of designers, including Dubai-based Furne One (pronounced fern oh-nay), of the three-day event. While that had us wondering why the entirety of the event wasn't equally elevated, we were glad to not sit through another evening of embarrassments mixed in with competent creations at Talking Stick Resort. Read more ...
The People of Tour de Fat at Tempe Beach Park, 10/5/12 A bonanza of bikes, beer, and bizarre costumes were on tap when New Belgium Brewing brought its annual Tour de Fat celebration to Tempe Beach Park on Saturday, October 6.
First Friday in Downtown Phoenix, 10/5/12 As temperatures begin to drop, art fans came out in masses to check out some of the best artist's in town on Friday, Oct. 5, 2012. Check out new artwork by Fred Tieken, Carolyn Lavender, Christy Puetz, and Robert Lott.
13th Annual Best of Phoenix A'fare 10/6/12 It was a sold out event at the 13th annual Best of Phoenix A'fare Saturday night at the Arizona Science Center. There were culinary delights from 30 different "Best of Phoenix" restaurants, over 300 hands on science exhibits and enough beer, wine and cocktails to make Bill Nye's head spin. If you didn't get your tickets in time here is what you missed.
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