Top 5 Things to Do This Weekend in Phoenix
|Allen Dutton, Courtesy of Art Intersection|
An exhibition of photographer Allen Dutton's works closes on Saturday at Art Intersection. "Strange But True" is a traveling collection of Dutton's images, many of which capture Arizona scenes, which Dutton revisists and re-photographs to show how the effects of time on landscapes. Dutton will attend the free closing reception from 5 to 8 p.m.
No Pants Light Rail Ride
William Westfall Wrangler of the pantsless masses, Mr. Jeff Moriarty
This is no come-on, but your pants need to be removed, like, a.s.a.p. More precisely, they've gotta come off if you wish to participate in Improv AZ's fifth annual pantsless light rail prank/party. Join the mischievous crew by boarding the rail at 1 p.m. from either the Sycamore/Main, 39th Street/Washington, or 19th Avenue and Montebello station. From there, you'll proceed to the Roosevelt/Central stop, where you and your bottomless brethren will embark on a journey to Angels Trumpet Ale House. Things get underway (underwear?) on Sunday. Participation is free; all-day rail fare is $3.50.