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Over the Weekend: Is the name "Sonic Youth" still working for you guys?

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The weekend is over, but the memories linger. Check out our reviews of the still-loud-but-no-longer-so-youthful Sonic Youth at the Ogden Theatre, as well as Akron/Family at the Bluebird -- and read a Q&A with A/F's Dana Janssen here. There's a slew of slide shows on our site, too, including snaps from the first night of Phish's recent Red Rocks run. True, that didn't technically take place over the weekend. But time's a relative thing, especially when you're experiencing a contact high....

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