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Turkey Parties, White Out Raves, and Hot Holiday Shenanigans over the Weekend

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Work That Turkey party at Monarch Theatre Thanksgiving is all about showing thanks, noshing on turkey, and prepping for Black Friday, which can be a little exhausting. Red Monkey's Work That Turkey party at Monarch Theatre on Thursday, November 22 gave folks an opportunity to burn some calories while grooving to house music by Eddie Amador, Pete "SuperMix" Salaz, and Emile Ananian.

WhiteOut 5 at Stratus 11/24/12 WhiteOut 5 featured tons of ravers sporting their favorite white digs. The lack of color didn't mean lack of creativity, as there was an abundance of glow sticks, animal hats, and fuzzy backpacks at Stratus on Saturday, November 24.

Hot Thanksgiving Eve Parties in Phoenix and Scottsdale While most Valley residents were busy whipping up pumpkin pies or prepping for their annual Turkey Day feast on the evening of Wednesday, November 21, the party hearty crowd was out in force at pre-Thanksgiving bashes at bars and nightclubs in downtown Phoenix and Old Town Scottsdale. We grabbed pics of party monsters celebrating the start of the holiday weekend at such spots as Gypsy Bar, The Monarch Theatre, and Bar Smith in Phoenix, as well as Axis/Radius, El Hefe, and Barney's Boathouse in Scottsdale.

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