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The Great Paint Escape, Suns Dancers Auditions, and Fetish Heat (NSFW) Over the Weekend

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The Great Paint Escape at 335 W. McDowell On Saturday night, people of all ages gathered at 335 W. McDowell for a community event to help raise money for Free Arts for Abused Children of Arizona. Art supplies provided by Calle 16 were available and several local artists were on hand to collaborate on painting a huge mural on site. The artwork produced will be officially unveiled at the Sept. 7th First Friday event, but we have a sneak peek. Check out more images on the Paint Escape slideshow ...

Suns Dancers Auditions

Phoenix Suns fans strutted their stuff this weekend for a chance to become Suns Dancers. Tryouts for the preliminary cut took place at the Sheraton downtown. A select few were called back for auditions at US Airways Center. Check out more images on the Suns Dancers Auditions slideshow...

Fetish Heat 2012 at Venue of Scottsdale, 8/11/12 (NSFW) Things got kinky on Saturday night at Venue Scottsdale. If you're into eating sushi off of people, admiring suspended bodies, and fixating your eyes on performances from the likes of The Infamous Boom Boom, Nyla the High Temptress, and Katrina the Snake Charmer, Fetish Heat 2012 gave you all you could handle. See more fetish show images on the Fetish Heat slideshow ...

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