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Fall Frenzy, Radio Phoenix's Pool Party, Brazilian Day at Club 910 Live, and The Final Tranzylvania Over the Weekend

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Fall Frenzy 2010 Tempe Beach Park became the location for rocking out this weekend as bands like Weezer, Stone Tempe Pilots, and Disturbed took to the stage over the concert's three days. Check out all the photos, reviews, and nonsense you may have missed in our Fall Frenzy coverage...full story

Radio Phoenix Pool Party at the Clarendon If you left the house at all this weekend, you may have found it hard to believe that the "official" end of summer is just around the corner. Luckily Radio Phoenix still throws a party even when it's as hot as hell. The volunteer-driven, Phoenix-based radio station held the event at the Clarendon hotel on Saturday to raise money for their operational costs -- and it wasn't difficult to draw pool party addicts with promised appearances from William Reed (of course), Pablo Gomez, Byron Fenix, Djentrification, Sean Watson and Sens I...see photos

Brazilian Day at Club 910 Live How did Arizona celebrat Brazil's day of independence? With dancing of course. Club 910 Live was packed with Brazilian dancers and musicians including Brasildade, Som Brasil, DJ Seduce, and Axe Capoeira...see photos

The Final Tranzylvania at Palazzo More than 500 vampish vixens, goth groupies, funky fetish types, and other creatures of the night packed into Palazzo on Friday, September 17, for the last edition of Tranzylvania at the club...see photos

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