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Flier of the Week: The Life Aquatic

Psyko Steve

is throwing another wet and wild pool party that is not to be missed. This time it's going down at

The Saguaro

in Scottsdale. Taking place on Sunday, July 8, the event will be a great day to wind down your weekend.

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By the looks of the flier, it'll be a classy, good old-fashioned time. Unfortunately, Steve Zissou won't be there . . . unless someone dresses up like him. And, yes, that's a challenge.

Sean Watson will be spinning on the ones and twos so everyone can get down by the pool. Hartbreaks, Goldsmith and Don Ricardo will be jamming, too.

Doors open at 1 p.m., and the fun will begin at 2 p.m. and go till around 9. Entry is only $5.

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