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Club Candids at Red Hot Robot

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Face it, we never want to stop playing with our toys.

Jason Kiningham, owner of Red Hot Robot, knows this well. And it was apparent at the opening of "The Resin Collective", an art show featuring over 100 original small toys and figurines made of resin by 37 artists.

On Saturday, April 11th, we gave in to our juvenile desires to see the toys along with a decent handful of downtown folks (see for yourself in the slideshow). We sipped our beers, chatted it up and listened to the very event-appropriate mellow-ish spins by DJ Anthony Hart.

Red Hot Robot, 14 W. Camelback Rd in Phoenix, 602-264-8560, www.redhotrobot.net.

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