Wrestlemania XXVI, Paul McCartney, Caramelpalooza and SRP's Dragon Boat Festival Over the Weekend

WrestleMania XXVI at University of Phoenix Stadium More than 72,000 rowdy wrestling fans packed into University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale to watch an afternoon of chaos and carnage as World Wrestling Entertainment presents its biggest sports entertainment spectacular of the year on Sunday, March 28...see photos

Also see: WWE's WrestleMania Axxess in Downtown Phoenix In Photos and WWE Fans Take Over Downtown Phoenix During WrestleMania Weekend

Paul McCartney at Jobing.com Arena: Former Beatle's U.S. Tour Opens with a Bang ​After nearly a half century in the spotlight, it's surprising to see Paul McCartney do much of anything new. How about two new things in a single night, as McCartney did while kicking off his Up and Coming Tour with a stellar sold-out show at Jobing.com Arena? Maybe I'm amazed...full story

See: Paul McCartney at Jobing.com Arena In Photos

Caramelapalooza! at Smeeks Candy Shop Hundreds of Phoenicians craving sweet satisfaction descended upon Smeeks candy shop for Caramelpalooza, a public caramel tasting and show down from Chow Bella...see photos

Half Pint Brawlers at Sandbar Peoria Although they're half the size of a full-grown man, the madcap midget wrestlers of the Half Pint Brawlers have twice as much fight. The patrons of the Sandbar in Peoria got to witness this firsthand as the HPB's Puppet and Little Kato brawled all over the bar and restaurant on Saturday, March 27, before spending the rest of the night partying...see photos

Dragon Boat Festival Heats Up Tempe Town Lake The high seas of Tempe Town Lake were infiltrated by dragons this weekend. They were gathered for the seventh annual SRP Dragon Boat Festival, in which teams raced these fire-breathing vessels...see photos

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