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Over the Weekend: Davenport and Poison Girl

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Good morning! Time to get to work. Or you could start off your day by staring at the documentation from Bill Olive's bar-hopping last night. Your call.

10:30 p.m. at Davenport

First stop: Shepherd Plaza.

11 p.m. at Poison Girl

And of course you all know where this is, and we're not just saying that because the name of the venue is in bold two inches above these very words.

Still to come: a college football report and plenty of photos from Voodoo Music Experience in New Orleans.

-- Keith Plocek

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