Top 5 Things to Do This Weekend

We know that Lindsay Lohan's making her triumphant (?) return to stardom by hosting SNL this weekend, but if you can manage to pull yourself away from that potential trainwreck (and you've already scoped out all the other sweet local haps), be sure to jot down the following ...

5. Arizona Pornstar Ball @ 910 Live Daytime convention and nighttime bash, the Arizona Pornstar Ball will serve up some serious skin, sin, and screen sirens including local lovelies Taryn Thomas and Priya Rai, plus superstars including Nikki Delano and Dylan Ryder.

Get it on at 910 Live on Saturday and Sunday from 2 p.m. to 2 a.m. Tickets are $25 to $50. See more here. See pics from last year's Pornstar Ball here.

4. Scandalesque Presents: Birds of a Feather @ Crescent Ballroom The local burlesque troupe debuts Birds of a Feather -- a raucous combo of dancing, comedy, singing, striptease, and circus acts, and the dancers' only full-cast performance until fall.

Flock together at Crescent Ballroom on Friday at 10 p.m. Tickets are $25 at the door. See details here.

3. Dapper+Dash Grand Kick-Off Affair @ Mercantile Bowties anyone? They'll be in great supply at Saturday's launch of local neckwear label Dapper+Dash. Made from repurposed ties and materials, the trio behind the D+D name offers up neo-nerdwear in such swanky-sounding styles as the Churchill, Huckleberry, and Dagwood.

Get all tied up at Mercantile at 6:30 p.m. Admission is free. See more here.

2. Celebrity Shootout @ US Airways Center Play spot the celeb on Saturday during the Jack in the Box Celebrity Shootout, which will find disparate famous folks including comedians Pauly Shore and Nick Swardson, singer Jordin Sparks, actor turned local rocker Frankie Muniz, and Donald Faison (of Clueless and Scrubs fame) sharing a b-ball court.

Stargaze at US Airways on Saturday at 2 p.m. Tickets start at $9. See more here.

1. Indian Fair and Market @ Heard Museum Arts and entertainment collide at the 54th Annual Indian Fair and Market, which features music, dance, food, art demos, plus more than 700 Native artists on-hand to sell and discuss their works.

Get an eyeful at Heard Museum on Sunday from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tickets are $20 at the gate. See more here.

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