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Halloween, Shake!, Sadisco*, Phish and Zombies Over the Weekend

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The Final Shake! at the Rogue After five long years of indie/rock/electro/etc. dance tunes, celebrity guest DJs and stylish drunks gyrating on the dance floor, Shake! finally let out its death rattle. Fortunately the old dame went out with a bang and not a whimper Saturday night, yielding an army of creatively-costumed partygoers intent on drinking, dancing and making out one last time...see photos

Sadisco* at Chaser's You think your Halloween was scary? You should have been at Sadisco*. Costumed freaks and chain saw-wielding maniacs were out in droves celebrating All Hallows Eve...see photos

The Night Before Halloween in Phoenix and Tempe Sexy costumed ghouls and face-painted zombies were haunting the bars and music venues of both Phoenix and Tempe on Friday, October 30, including the G-Spot, Jugheads, Club Red, and along Mill Avenue...see photos

Phish Festival 8: Photos of The Ultimate Hippie Halloween Hippies love Halloween. Or so one would think from Phish's 3-day "Festival 8," which brought the band's die-hard fans from around the world to Indio, California for a weekend of pot, Frisbee, breakfast burritos, pot, fire-breathing statues, pot and incredibly well-crafted costumes...see photos

Downtown Zombie Walk The undead walked the streets of Phoenix on October 30, 2009. Starting at Rose and Crown, the crowds of ghouls meandered (like zombies do) around town before arriving at their final destination (we hope) at the ball park...see photos

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