Over the Weekend: Bob Log III, First Friday, Cream Stereo Lounge and New Year's Eve

Happy New Year, Phoenix. A lot of stuff has happened since we gave the axe to 2008. Take a look at the events you've missed this weekend and keep on scrolling down for a quick look back at our New Year's coverage. 

First Friday on January 2, 2009

Costumed freaks, innovative musical acts, and phenomenal artwork were all a part of the first First Friday of the year on January 2...view slide show.

Bob Log and Burlesque at Rhythm Room

Music Editor Martin Cizmar is not usually much for gimmick bands, but when Phoenix's paltry post-holiday concert calender has us planning to review Cherry Poppin' Daddies and Reel Big Fish within a week, options are limited. And so it was that he found himself at Bob Log III's show at The Rhythm Room Sunday night...full story

Party Crasher: The Epic Red Cup Massive NYE Extravaganza

New Year's Eve was a busy night for the Party Crasher. This sultan of celebration had more than a dozen destinations on his shortlist, including hanging with hot messes and douchebags in Old Town Scottsdale and knocking back a couple with William Fucking Reed's crew at The Rogue...full story

Cream Stereo Lounge Opening in Photos

After scouring the city for New Year's Eve shots Benjamin "Party Crasher" Leatherman headed off to Cream Stereo Lounge to see what all the fuss was about. What he found was bathing beauties, boffo beats and more during the opening night festivities at Scottsdale's newest nightime hangout on Wednesday, December 31...view slide show

New Year's Eve in Slide Shows

Judging from the traffic whilst journeying home post-party last night we can safely say that anyone and everyone was out last night ringing in the new year. In fact, we've got photographic proof in the form of these slide shows. Check out a few select shots from Downtown Phoenix, Scottsdale and even a few from Tempe...full story

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Jonathan McNamara