Top 5 Things To Do This Weekend

Fashion Arizona Meet Up @ Wrigley Mansion
Phoenix Fashion Week presents an introduction to the emerging Arizona designers who will compete in October's PHXFW 2010 Emerging Designers Contest. Last year's contest winner, Joanna De' Shay of Black Russian Label is the night's guest speaker. The shindig is free tonight, Friday, August 13 from 7 to 9 p.m. Click here for location details.

Phoenix Paranormal Conference @ Crowne Plaza
This oughta be good. "Experts" in the paranormal research field share their "knowledge" with other paranormal enthusiasts at this conference that starts today, Friday, August 13, and runs through Sunday, August 15. Put the Ouija board away, rub your crystals, grab your protective amulets and click here for more details.

Sextreme Fetish Ball @ Venue of Scottsdale
Lords of Acid will perform at this party filled with fetish folks decked out in their favorite weird underwear outfits. Anything goes at this kind of party so get as freaky as you want to while you watch other like-minded sexual deviants rub all up on each other. It'll be a sweaty, hot, pleathery mess. Click here for details.

SPF Sunday @ Hotel Theodore

It's still pool party season around these parts and, we don't know about you, but we still want to see more hard bodied hotties before everyone covers up for the fall. Get an eyeful on Sunday, August 15, with DJs Bradley and Switch, cocktails and all the pool party fixin's. Click here for details.

Civic Space Jam #10 @ Downtown Phoenix Civic Space Park
So we're all familiar with this concept: some of the best DJs in downtown Phoenix (Sean Watson, Dirty Jeans, Ariel, and World Famous Rani G) spin sounds at the park with live art, free otter pops and a lot of partying. This Sunday, August 15, be sure to check out LOH Fair Trade Boutique (located downstairs) that will have their goods on sale for the last time before they move to a new location. Click here for details.

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