This weekend at the Leeds/Reading Festival concert goers will be able to watch a Nirvana concert from 1992. So at some point during the festival, attendees will be watching (well, unless they skedaddle over to another music stage) a taped performance from Reading '92, which is actually kind of bizarre if you think about it--a live music festival showing an old school taped performance. Slate found the concept interesting and decided to examine the topic of grunge nostalgia. The result is a lengthy, but thought provoking read. Check out "The Ghost of Teen Spirit: Why We Should Let Kurt Cobain Rest In Peace" here.