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Zombies, Crochet, and The Loveblisters Over the Weekend

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Zombie Ball: Undead Dancers and One Freaky Side Show I was halfway to the drug store when I remembered what I was wearing: a suit coat stained with blood and ripped to as though it had been run over. My face was paled like parafin and my eyes were sunken. I was a creature of the night in desperate need of 4 AAs for my camera flash. I was a zombie...full story

See: a slide show of zombie goodness and one particularly bloody sideshow artist

Hyperbolic Crochet Coral Reef Project Jules Verne's "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea" has nothing on the "Hyperbolic Crochet Coral Reef Project," open to the public at The Gallery @ Scottsdale Civic Center Library until July 11, 2009. Crocheted coral reefs from around the world join together in a brilliant blaze of color -- and a very serious message about how we are losing these natural treasures. The project is the creation of thousands of volunteers inspired by Margaret and Christine Werthheim, co-creators of the "Hyperbolic Crochet Coral Reef Project."

Read: Arty Girl: Hyperbolic Crochet Coral Reef Opens Tomorrow

See: the Hyperbolic Crochet Coral Reef in Photos

Sun Sessions: The Loveblisters Play The Flaming Lips' "Fight Test" It's so hard to say goodbye to a local favorite like The Loveblisters, but sadly Saturday's show at Last Exit was the end. Fret not though, while you're getting over the sorrow, take a look at the band's cover of "Fight Test" by the Flaming lips in this latest Sun Sessions video.

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