Top 5 Things To Do This Weekend

Decade: Fashion and Art Event Celebrating Ten years of Tiffe Fermaint @ Brick
Dude. If you leave the house this weekend, this is where you want to go. Local fashion designer Tiffe Fermaint is throwing a big bash as a big thank you to everyone who has supported her during her career. There's going to be art, music, and stellar fashion shows. Hit it at 9 p.m., Friday. Read more about the event and an interview with Fermaint here.

Hostile Takeover @ Kyrene Akimel A-al Middle School
If fabulous fashionable parties are not your thing, you may be more interested in this literal throw-down presented by Elite Extreme Wrestling where three matches will take place. Fighters like The Freak Squad, Johnny Roxx and the Special Enforcer will body slam, drop kick and pile drive in fantastic outfits Friday at 5:30 p.m. Click here for details.

And just when you thought things were exciting enough ... we have three more must-sees after the jump.

Pancakes + Prints @ Bragg's Pie Factory
Slap on some melted butter and goo up your plate with sticky maple syrup at this tasty breakfast and art event at 11 a.m. Saturday. Join other artsy (and hungry) folks for a $15 pancake breakfast with $25 prints by Sue Chenoweth, Dominic Miller, Koryn Woodward Wasson, Roy Wasson Valle and more for sale. There'll also be a $20 raffle for one-of-a-kind works. Click here for details.

Queer Coffee @ Giant Coffee
This is exactly what it sounds like: homosexuals congregate and get caffeinated over conversation. It happens Saturday from 2 to 5 p.m. as well as every third Saturday of the month. Click here for details.

Discover India Fest @ Historic Heritage Square
Bhindhi Jaipuri. Khajana. Khorma. Freakin' naan bread. Hungry yet? Get some of the best Indian grub in the state and soak up Indian culture through dance performances, fashion and music Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Take the kiddies who can hit up the children's fair as you take notes at cooking demos. Yum x5000. Click here for details.

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