Native Style, First Friday, Crafeteria, Tour de Coop, and a Snow Party Over the Weekend

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Heard Museum presents Native Style: Where Fashion is Heard
The Heard Museum hosted Native Style on Friday. The fashion show featured Native American clothing and jewelry by a variety of contemporary Native designers as well as a collection of vintage Native styles presented by curator, Robert Black.



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Another First Friday came and went on Dec. 2. The chaos was amped up for this month's edition with "Shut Down ALEC" protests, animal rights demonstrations and a superfluous amount of musical performances. In addition, there was a ton of new pieces by artists such as Dr. Eugene Grigsby Jr., Monica Robles, Casebeer and Randal Wilson.


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All the coolest crafters came together for the sixth-annual Crafeteria in downtown Phoenix on Friday night. Medlock Plaza's Frances welcomed more than 45 local vendors.






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Phoenix Tour De Coop 2011
Tour De Coop is a tour of Phoenix's independent chicken owners organized under the support of the Valley Permaculture Alliance. This self-guided tour gave the public a unique look at Phoenix's charismatic network of chicken coop owners, their wonderful birds and their beautiful back yards.



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Anniversary Snow Party at Axis/Radius
One of the great things about living in Phoenix is not having to deal with snow. We don't have to worry about shoveling sidewalks, but we do miss out on snowball fights and spending a few months cuddled up with a sweetheart and some hot chocolate. Axis/Radius brought a touch of winter to Old Town Scottsdale on Friday, December 2 by trucking in 10 tons of snow for its Anniversary Snow Party.

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CiCi

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