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It's hot out? Whatevs. Go out and do this stuff.

No More Deaths Art Auction @ Bragg's Pie Factory
The show's been up for two weeks, and tonight is the auction, with proceeds going to saving the lives of migrants trying to make their way though the desert. Click here for details.

'70s Roller Disco @ Great Skate in Glendale
The English pub Rose & Crown sponsors this old-school roller-skating night on the west side beginning at 11:30 Saturday night and ending around 3 a.m. Sunday. Admission includes skate rental and all the brewskis you can drink. Click here for details.

Third Friday @ ©haos

The tagline for this shindig: "Long live ©haos." Amen. Even if the downtown gallery isn't able to sustain itself in its current space, you can still enjoy a radical art show by Neal Johnson while surrounded by radical people. Click here for details.

Drag Wars: The Empress Strikes Back @ BS West in Scottsdale
Han Solo, Obi-Wan, Darth Vader, and Jar Jar Binks, all dressed in drag. Jesus. The parties on Saturday and Sunday will also feature sumo wrestling, obstacle courses, and live music. Click here for details.

Arizona Derby Dames Final Regular Season Games @ Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Like any other sport making its regular-season curtain call, this Saturday doubleheader between the Runaway Brides and the Bombshells, followed by the Schoolyard Scrappers and the Coffin Draggers, should be way intense as the squads throw 'bows in the name of playoff positioning. Click here for details.

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