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Wrestlemania XXVI Pre-Sale Party, Arizona State Fair's Demolition Derby and DOSE Over the Weekend

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Wrestlemania XXVI Pre-sale Party at Westgate City Center Rasslin' fanatics from around the Valley and across the country converged on Westgate City Center in Glendale on Friday, November 6, to get first crack at primo tickets for Wrestlemania XXVI (a.k.a. the "Superbowl of wrestling") a day before they went on sale to the general public. World Wrestling Entertainment superstars Chris Jericho and Kelly Kelly were on hand for the event, meeting and greeting fans and getting interviewed by the local media...">see photos

Demolition Derby at the Arizona State Fair Unbridled car-on-car carnage ignited passion in the grandstand at the Arizona State Fair as this year's demolition derby occurred. Check out these car-crunching photos from the main event, and the pit. The only thing missing is the smell of vehicular fluid staining the dirt...see photos

DOSE and Hector Ruiz' coLABORation at the Bentley Project Hector Ruiz and DOSE kicked off November's First Friday with an exhibition at the Bentley Project Gallery. These two local artists unveiled an impressive collection, entitled "coLABORation," consisting of mixed-media pieces on various materials ranging from paper to canvas...see photos

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