Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Apr 5, 2001
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  • Apr 5-11, 2001
  • Vol. 17, No. 47


  • This Ain’t Margaritaville

    Ignorance is, after all, bliss. So, you may not know how bad you’ve really got it, living here in Utah, until the national news media gets done sniffing around. They have come to check us out before the big Olympic party and have a revelation for...
  • Ellie’s Eagles

    A self-made naturalist is pulled into a battle between helicopters and her beloved raptors.
  • Reflecting Materialism

    Materialism and morality have an inverse relationship. When one increases, the other decreases.” The grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, India’s great pacifist leader, was in Salt Lake City recently to speak for nonviolence and against war—particularly...
  • Film & TV
  • What a Cow

    Ashley Judd gives the milk for free in predictable Someone Like You .
  • Film & TV
  • Act of Faith

    Ingmar Bergman’s melancholy new film delves into the motives and consequences of adultery.


  • Independent Woman

    Jonatha Brooke has turned her back on the music industry to go it alone.

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