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Phoenix Fashion Week, Tour de Fat, Cupcake Love-In, AZ Fetish Ball, Second Friday, and Jack Johnson Over the Weekend

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Phoenix Fashion Week While it may not have been New York or Paris, Phoenix Fashion Week had no shortage of style, innovation and sweet duds. Friday night featured fashions from Kiss the Girl, Femme Athletic, Seam Ripper, Badb Apparel, Domino City Legends, Masquedana, Fender, and hair designs by Voice. Saturday night's show consisted of more established brands and emerging artists, these included Stop Staring, Blaque Label and 7 diamonds...see photos

Steam Punk Vs. Zombies at Mesa's Second Friday You got zombies in my steam punk! No, you got steam punk in my zombies! Well, whichever came first, zombies and steam punkers marched around the streets of Downtown Mesa for Second Friday...see photos

Tour de Fat 2010 at Tempe Beach Park New Belgium Brewing's Tour De Fat returned to Tempe Beach Park on Saturday, October 9. Beer drinkers and bicycle enthusiasts rejoiced and threw back several brews. Check out the tennis shoe bikes and other assorted bike monstrosities direct from Tour de Fat...see photos

Capcake Love-In at Hotel Valley Ho More cupcakes than you can shake a piping bag at were chomped through by participants of Sunday's Cupcake Love-In. The event, held at Hotel Valley Ho and cooked up by Kelly Garcia and Tracy Dempsey, featured cakes from Butter and Me Cupcakery, Honeymoon Sweets, Liberty Market, Tracy Dempsey Originals Scratch Bakery, Posh, Gluten Free Creations and Ruthie's Sweet Nothings...see photos

Arizona Fetish Ball 2010 Old Town Scottsdale put on its leather chaps and ball gag this Saturday in honor of the Arizona Fetish Ball. People of all shapes and sizes let their kinky inner selves loose...see photos

Jack Johnson at Cricket Wireless Pavilion Jack kicked off his set of good vibes with his latest single, "You And Your Heart," which really got the crowd as excited as the mostly serene crowd could get. He got right into "If I Had Eyes," another upbeat electric hit. The first acoustic stint began with "Taylor," throughout which he gently whispered all of the storytelling lyrics and made all the ladies scream. Jack took "Upside Down" away from its young, playful tone and slowed it down to turn it into a sexy slow jam, even though he said that the song was for anyone there with their kids...full story

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