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SxSW 2009: Friday

Attention, all Phoenicians unable to attend SxSW this year: Don't worry. Sure, it's not as good as standing inches away from your favorite band in a trendy Austin club, but we've got the coverage to keep you satisfied.

South By Southwest, Day Two In Photos The action continues in Austin, TX as SXSW gathers steam. Here's what you might have seen around town on Thursday, March 19, including Gomez, Andrew Bird, Daniel Johnston, and the Oak Ridge Boys.

South by Southwest, Day Two in Photos Part Two There's a lot of things to see among the rollin' hills of Austin, TX, and we're gonna throw as much of it at you as we can. Don't thank us; we enjoy throwing things. Here's some more shots from Thursday, March 19.

South by Southwest Fashion WINs and FAILs A poignant commentary on the fashions of SXSW 2009 as spotted on the streets of Austin, TX.

Also: Don't miss Music Editor Martin Cizmar's coverage of the I Heart AZ showcase featuring all your favorite local acts. Need more up to the minute coverage? Follow Martin on Twitter.

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