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Third Friday, Santarchy, and Nightlife 2011 Over the Weekend

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Third Friday in Downtown Phoenix (December 16) 

December's Third Friday was abuzz with exhibition openings from a number of local artists, including Tommy Pemberton, Jonathan Howard, Steve Gompf, Sean Deckert, Melissa Martinez, and more.


Santarchy 2011 in Scottsdale
Santa is on the loose! Hundreds of costumed Christmas partiers took over bars in Scottsdale on Friday night, with plenty of scantily clad helpers in tow. 






2011 in Review: Best Phoenix Nightlife Photos
This year there were more great parties in the Valley than anyone could possibly attend, but we think we hit some of the best ones out there. Here are the highlights of Valley nightlife from 2011.

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