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Spotted: Quick PHX, Our 2013 Pocket Guide to Downtown Phoenix

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If you're headed out for a few shows, or if you're just looking for some pretty cool things to buy/see/eat/drink in downtown Phoenix we've got you covered.

Introducing Quick PHX.

You'll spot our paper guide on newsstands, counter tops, and coffee tables starting today and if you're lucky, throughout the year, as the info packed into our hand-held guide is enough to keep you busy for quite a while.

See also: - A Peek at This Weekend's Melrose on 7th Avenue Street Fair and Car Show - Downtown Phoenix's First Friday and Art Detour 25: An Illustrated Guide to March 1, 2, and 3

Included are guides to Downtown galleries and museums, shopping spotlights, dish recommendations, and a few rundowns on the night scene.

Also included in this year's Quick PHX are profiles of local artist Rebecca Green, beauty expert and shop owner Violet Brand, restaurateur DJ Fernandes, cocktail connoisseur Dwayne Allen, and button-making machine Brendan McCaskey.

More Quick PHX eye candy here.

(Want a paper copy? Send your address to Claire.Lawton@Newtimes.com and I'll pop one in the mail ...)

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