Top 5 Things to Do in Phoenix This Weekend
Hello, weekend. We promise not to waste you. Here's how.
UFO Congress @ Fort McDowell Resort and Casino
If you find it challenging to find others who share your fervor for Ancient Aliens, UFO-spotting, and complaining about Fringe, then the next few days just got a whole lot busier. The annual International UFO Congress and film festival returns with panels, parties, and plenty of people who lean more Mulder than Scully.
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- Guilty Television Pleasures: Steve Wiley's Defense of Ancient Aliens
Things get spacey from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Friday. The Congress continues through Sunday at Fort McDowell Resort and Casino. Admission starts at $25.
Spring Break Splash @ Vista Del Sol
Yeah, we know that spring break isn't for another week. Who cares? In a flash, summer will be here and we'll be cursing it to hell. Like our mom always says: When the temps are still mild, go a little wild. (Just kidding. No one says that. We made it up. Whatever.) Anyhow, it's a good excuse for a pool party. And, wouldn't ya know it, there's one going down just a stone's throw from ASU's Tempe campus from 1 to 4 p.m. Friday at Vista Del Sol. BMX rider and MTV personality Ricardo Laguna hosts the splashy action along with the ASU Undie Run crew. There's no cover. There'll be free food, free spray tans, and giveaways, too.
Slideshow: ASU Undie Run 2011
Seventh Ave. between Indian School and Camelback, Phoenix, AZ