Scottsdale Polo Championships, Downtown's Third Friday, Grand Avenue Festival, and a Here Comes Honey Boo Boo Party Over the Weekend

Scottsdale Polo Championships at WestWorld The gripping Bel Air Polo Club/Hamptons match wasn't the only thing to be seen at the second annual Scottsdale Polo Championships. Ladies donned their largest fancy hats and guys puffed on cigars as some of Barrett Jackson's 2013 cars zoomed by, making Saturday, October 20 a day of equine decadence at WestWorld.

Downtown's Third Friday Artwalk, 10/19/12 Downtown's Third Friday artwalk is widely known as an opportunity for art fans and collectors to wander through galleries and check out new work (and avoid the shenanigans of First Friday). Galleries on Roosevelt Row, Grand Avenue, 16th Street, and more opened their doors to crowds looking to check out the latest from local artists in all media ...

Grand Avenue Festival 2012 It's the season for festivals, and the 4th annual 2012 Grand Avenue Festival did not disappoint. Ten blocks of both historic and new Grand Avenue were on display. Thirty-five businesses including galleries, art studios and restaurants, guided historic tours, tons of jammin' bands on the street and an awesome craft fair with over 50 different vendors were just a few of the highlights.

Here Comes Honey Boo Boo Party at Axis/Radius A Here Comes Honey Boo Boo-themed party sounds terrifying, but like most Scottsdale events, patrons found a way to make it sexy. Girls sported daisy dukes and short plaid shirts while sipping on Go Go Juice at Axis/Radius on Friday, October 19. You better redneckonize!

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Claire Lawton
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