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PHOTOS: Pancakes & Booze Art Show, Arizona Diamondbacks Opening Day, and Spring Into Fashion in Phoenix

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New Times photographers were out on the town over the weekend, hitting up arts, sporting, and fashion events. Take a gander.

Arizona Diamondbacks Opening Day at Chase Field 2014, 3/31/14

There is nothing quite like Opening Day for baseball enthusiasts and while this year the Arizona Diamondbacks kicked off their season in Australia it didn't stop thousands of fans from selling out last night's game at Chase Field where they hosted the San Francisco Giants.

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Spring Into Fashion at Arizona Center, 3/28/14

Phoenix Fashion Week made its return at Spring Into Fashion at the Arizona Center, showcasing the spring looks of five local designers. Rochelle York, Yekatherina Bruner, Vanessa Renee, Jessica Hunter, and Jenesis LaForcarde all debuted spring-friendly looks for local boutiques Clothes Minded, Allie Ollie, Fresh Start, 7 Diamonds, and Divaz.

Pancakes and Booze at The Duce in Downtown Phoenix, 3/28/14

Once again Angeleno Tom Kirlin brought the breakfast buffet to the party with the Pancakes & Booze Art Show at The Duce on Friday, March 28. The event was a sweet option for the breakfast-hungry with an all-you-can-eat pancake bar, local painters, and live music. Honestly, what could be better than pancakes and art?

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