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Super Heroes, Eric Clapton, So You Think You Can Dance and June in Photos Over the Weekend

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Epic Super Hero Battle at Scottsdale Fashion Square Improv AZ and AZ Cacophony hatched a sinister plan for last weekend: assemble a cast of violent villains and honorable heroes and have them duke it out at Scottsdale Fashion Square. The result will come to be known as the "Epic Super Hero Battle" of Saturday, June 27, 2009...see photos

So You Think You Can Dance Auditions at Phoenix Convention Center Hundreds of aspiring dancers lined up at Phoenix Convention Center Friday morning for the "So You Think You Can Dance" open auditions. From hip-hop to traditional dance--and from serious to silly--these fans all hoped to get a shot at becoming "America's Favorite Dancer" on the show's sixth season...see photos

Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood at Jobing.com Arena Clapton began his career with the bluesy stylings of The Yardbirds and then segued into John Mayall's Blues Breakers. In his days with Cream, he slid headfirst into psychedelic rock and later even touched on reggae. To Winwood's credit, he led a similar trek, dabbling in the blue-eyed soul of the Spencer Davis Group and psychedelic rock with Traffic...full story

See: Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood in Photos

Phoenix New Times: June In Photos Before we welcome July, let's say goodbye to June and all the awesome concerts, pool parties and events that it gave us. Adieu, June 2009...see photos

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