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W Scottsdale, VIP Pool Parties, Sexy Saturdays, Stan Sorenson Trio, and Space 55 Over the Weekend

Jack & Ginger Summer Series Pool Event at the W Scintillating fashion and cool water. Indeed, it is a fine time to be in Arizona. Such a statement was more than obvious at the W this weekend as the beautiful people lounged by the pool for the Jack & Ginger Summer Series Pool Event...see photos

VIP Pool Party at Clarion Hotel Relentless Beats threw a VIP pool party at Scottsdale's Clarion Hotel on Sunday. The all day event featured nonstop DJ beats, booze and beach bodies. Tickets went for $20 but here's a free sneak peak at all the chlorine and cocktail goodness...see photos

Sexy Saturdays at Downtown Sports Grill Hip-hop anthems from Lil' Wayne and Snoop Dog filled the air at the Downtown Sports Grill during the return edition of Power 98.3's Sexy Saturdays on Saturday, June 26. The FM station's DJ Phlava was in the mix spinning urban jams and R&B tracks while Stan the Man worked the mic as host and dozens of bouncing bodies filled the nightspot's dance floor...see photos

Stan Sorenson Trio at Sacred Grounds This particular night the Stan Sorenson trio had the floor, and played a fusion of original tunes marbled into both standard and less conventional covers. The Beatles seemed to be a favorite of Sorenson's, and throughout the night he and his group played jazz infused versions of several of their songs, including a melding of "Come Together" with jazz standard "So What", and a surprisingly pretty "Across the Universe" with "Over the Rainbow."...full story

The Torch Theatre Bids A Fond Farewell To Space55 If one were to compile a list of some of the funniest, smartest, and most talented folks living and doing their thing in Phoenix, smart money says at least 75% of them are either graduates, students, or regular audience members of the Torch Theatre. The fact that they don't get written about more often isn't too surprising, unfortunately; improv as an art form is a hard thing to document...full story

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