Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Aug 19, 2004
  • Issue of
  • Aug 19-25, 2004
  • Vol. 21, No. 14

News

  • Totally Booked

    Believe it or not, there used to be a time when people who read weren’t considered “snobs,” but ordinary folk. That’s what my mother told me, even as she promised $5 if I finished both Great Expectations and Huckleberry Finn by...
  • Miscellaneous
  • Right and Right

    After finally getting around to viewing Napoleon Dynamite at the local theater—yes, I am the spittin’ image of him, just as Music & TV Editor Bill Frost maintained during my brief absence—the only other event I’m looking forward...

Restaurants & Bars

Music

  • CD Revue

    NORTHERN STATE All City *** At their best, white-girl hip-hop trio Northern State sound like the Beastie Boys; most often, they sound like the Spice Girls. To be fair, they’d probably dig Sporty Spice the most, mixing tomboy-tough fashion sense...
  • LIVE

    ROSANNE CASH The last Twilight Concert of the season—have you secured your blanket space yet? As The Salt Lake Tribune has astutely pointed out, Rosanne Cash writes some of her own lyrics and had a dad who died last year (didn’t think we’d...

Culture

Browse by Year

Recent Comments

  • Re: Homelessness Continues

    • Actually the reason most are homeless is very similar, they prioritized something else in life…

    • on February 23, 2017
  • Re: Loretta's Justice

    • Great article,reporting at it's best. I had never heard of this case. Read it to…

    • on February 23, 2017
  • Re: Loretta's Justice

    • Thank you Richard Shaw and Carolyn Campbell and City Weekly for sharing my story!

    • on February 22, 2017
  • More »

Top Viewed Stories

  • A Seagull Story

    Why a bug-eating trash bird makes Utah proud.
    • Feb 15, 2017
  • A Sense of Purpose

    Passion for food—but not sushi—is on the menu at Ikigai.
    • Feb 22, 2017
  • Mayhem in Moab

    Drunk cops and a game of beer pong bring police misconduct to light.
    • Feb 1, 2017
  • More »

© 2017 Salt Lake City Weekly

Website powered by Foundation