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International Horror & Sci-Fi Film Fest, Howl at the Moon, Tiki Lounge Party and Uncorked and Unplugged Over the Weekend

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The International Horror & Sci-fi Film Festival at Madcap Theaters Hard to believe the International Horror & Sci-fi Film Festival has terrorized the Valley for five years now. To our delight, the three-day affair returned to its original location this year, right in the heart of ASU student nightlife's portion of the Mill Avenue District...see photos

Howl at the Moon Grand Opening An SRO crowd packed the the Scottsdale piano bar during its grand opening bash on Friday, October 16, sucking down bucket-sized drinks and singing along with dueling piano players as they performed songs ranging from The Killers' "Mr. Brightside" to Kings of Leon's "Sex on Fire."...see photos

Tiki Lounge Party III at Rhythm Room Bob Corritore's blues joint transformed into a south seas paradise filled with beautiful hula girls, island drinks, and a slew of surf rock bands during the Tiki Lounge Party III on Sunday, October 18, which helped raise funds for Nate Anderson's Ear Candy Charity...see photos

Uncorked and Unplugged at Desert Ridge Marketplace Benefitting the Boys & Girls Club, Uncorked and Unplugged gave participants the chance to sample fine eats from Famous Dave's and the Grind Burger Bar while drinking Ketel One Vodka drinks and watching bands. See shots of the festivities below...see photos

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