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Phoestivus, A Year in Photos, and a Mary X-Mas Rave Over the Weekend

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Downtown's Phoestivus Market 

You might have expected the 2011 Phoestivus Market to have gone down at Tom's Restaurant, the world of Seinfeld and all-things-festive-Phoenix collided at Downtown's Phoenix Public Market on Wednesday night. Living up to its name, the Phoestivus Market featured Feats of Strength, the Airing of Grievances, and The Phoestivus Pole. 

It's hard to believe, but 2011 is almost over. We've tried to collect some of the most visually poignant and appealing photos of the year including news, features, and just plain old fun. 

Rudolph raved and rolled his way through Friday night in honor of Mary X-Mas. The red and green-themed rave featured go go girls, three stages of DJs, and a surplus of scantily clad Mrs. Clauses.

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