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10 photos of a chilly First Friday artwalk in downtown Phoenix

Thousands of people braved cold temperatures to experience a lively time on Roosevelt Row.
Lalo Cota's mural on the side of Carly's Bistro is a popular selfie spot.
Lalo Cota's mural on the side of Carly's Bistro is a popular selfie spot. Jennifer Goldberg
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Despite the cold temperatures, thousands of people showed up for the first First Friday artwalk of the year in downtown Phoenix.

There was plenty to do and see, from art in the galleries and music on the sidewalk to dozens of food trucks, vendors selling goods and even some kinky fun. Here are a few images from the event.
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Artist Shay was live-painting as the sun set.
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Hundreds of artisans show up each month to sell their work.
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Artist Antoinette Cauley was on hand at Modified Arts for her show "I Do It for the Hood Pt. 2."
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A selection of works at Eye Lounge were part of Steven Allison's show, "The Usual Feelings."
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Banding Hendrix (with his dog, Haymish) stands in a tent full of his art.
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Ejay gives a free haircut to a visitor as part of community project Wash the City.
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Local shibari expert One Sick Romeo demonstrates his skills on a volunteer.
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The courtyard of Bud's Glass Joint hosted vendors and live music.
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Hungry artwalkers line up at Dos Usos, one of the many food trucks that show up for First Friday.
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