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Fetish Heat 2010, Hotel Theodore, and Civic Space Jam #10 Over the Weekend

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Lords of Acid and My Life With the Thrill Kill Cult at Fetish Heat 2010 There were public whippings. There were a range of interesting and, in some cases, revealing costumes. What really rounded out the fun at Fetish Heat 2010 was house-destroying performances by the Lords of Acid and My Life With the Thrill Kill Cult. Check out the sextreme fun in our slideshow...see photos

SPF Sunday at Hotel Theodore Pool party fun and vodka? Yeah, you missed out in a big way. Luckily for you, we snapped a few shots of the party happening at Hotel Theodore over the weekend. Check out the aquatic madness in our slideshow...see photos

Civic Space Jam #10 at Civic Space Park Alex "Djentrification" Votichenko and Anthony "HartBreaks" Hart brought together a few of their turntable jocks -- including Sean Watson, Dirty Jeans, Ariel, and World Famous Rani G. - for an eclectic and eccentric mix of music, art, and b-boy dancing at Civic Space Park on Sunday, August 15...see photos

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