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Tens of thousands of music-lovers are enjoying the debut day of Coachella 2013's second weekend.

Independent music writer Brian Blueskye and photographer Noelle Haro-Gomez are on the scene, and will be there throughout the weekend. Check CVIndependent.com for regular updates.

Below are some pics of the action from day 1; more will be added throughout the day. (Last updated at 7:45 p.m.) Enjoy!

On this week's exciting Independent comics page: Red Meat clinches along with some bun-tightener videos; The City tackles the springtime phenomenon of Woo Girls; Roland and Cid wonder whether Anne Frank would have indeed been a Belieber; and Jen Sorenson examines gentrification.

1. This Is 40 (Universal)

2. Lincoln (DreamWorks)

3. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (New Line)

4. Life of Pi (20th Century Fox)

5. Parental Guidance (20th Century Fox)

6. Zero Dark Thirty (Sony)

7. Killing Them Softly (Starz/Anchor Bay)

8. Chasing Mavericks (20th Century Fox)

9. Here Comes the Boom (Sony)

10. Red Dawn (MGM)

1. This Is 40 (Universal)

2. Life of Pi (20th Century Fox)

3. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (New Line)

4. Parental Guidance (20th Century Fox)

5. Killing Them Softly (Starz/Anchor Bay)

6. Rise of the Guardians (DreamWorks)

7. Zero Dark Thirty (Sony)

8. Lincoln (DreamWorks)

9. Wreck-It Ralph (Disney)

10. Chasing Mavericks (20th Century Fox)

On this week's comics page, Jen Sorenson tackles Social Security changes; Red Meat does some grooming "south of the border"; The City takes a call at the reference desk; and Roland and Cid ponder the heavenly reunion of Siskel and Ebert.

1. Killing Them Softly (Starz/Anchor Bay)

2. This Is 40 (Universal)

3. Parental Guidance (20th Century Fox)

4. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (New Line)

5. Lincoln (DreamWorks)

6. Life of Pi (20th Century Fox)

7. Zero Dark Thirty (Sony)

8. Les Misérables (Universal)

9. Rise of the Guardians (DreamWorks)

10. Wreck-It Ralph (Disney)

On this week's Indy comics page: Red Meat is finally able to get some sleep; The City tries to pick up a woman in an inappropriate fashion; Roland and Cid ponder North Korea and the Mayans; and Jen Sorenson takes on gay marriage and Antonin Scalia.

On this week's Independent comics page: Roland and Cid discuss whether the increasing acceptance of gay marriage will lead to an apocalypse for closeted conservatives; Red Meat honors the sausage ostrich; The City marks the 10th anniversary of the Iraq war; and Jen Sorenson tackles restrictive abortion law.

1. This Is 40 (Universal)

2. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (New Line)

3. Zero Dark Thirty (Sony)

4. Life of Pi (20th Century Fox)

5. Wreck-It Ralph (Disney)

6. Rise of the Guardians (DreamWorks)

7. Red Dawn (MGM)

8. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn—Part 2 (Summit)

9. Les Misérables (Universal)

10. Argo (Warner Bros.)

On this week's Independent comics page: The City tackles a ban on bare breasts; Roland and Cid tweet from the grave; speaking of graves, Red Meat can't find a body; and Jen Sorenson compares sugary sodas to marijuana.