• Issue of
  • Nov 21-27, 2002
  • Vol. 19, No. 28

News

  • Fulton Files

    Fulton’s Quarter Column of World-Weary Wackiness
  • Life in Translation

    Afghani children struggle to learn the language of a new land.
  • Keep Coach “Mac”

    I have something to get out of the way before moving on to the topic of Coach Ron McBride. Last week I wrote that 80 percent of the ballots cast in Davis County were cast as straight Republican ballots, leaving virtually no hope for any Democratic challengers....

Restaurants & Bars

  • Thanksgiving Thoughts

    Approaching the Thanksgiving holiday, the question I hear most often is, “What wine should I serve?” Good question. When thinking about wines to serve at Thanksgiving dinner, keep in mind that rarely are perfect matches found in this imperfect...

Music

  • Music Picks

    KORN Korn is easily modern metal’s most influential band (dig the proliferation of seven-string guitars since 1994’s Korn), but the buzz goes that they’ve lost it (dig the proliferation of seven-string guitars in pawn shops). Maybe it’s...

Culture

  • High Comedy

    Imagine three stoner friends on a nationwide mission—spreading their unique comedic style of spoken word about their favorite mystical herb, cannabis.Call it pointless. Outrageous. Even revolutionary.They call it The Marijuana-logues.This bong-fueled...

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