Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Jul 7, 2005
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  • Jul 7-13, 2005
  • Vol. 22, No. 8

News

  • Cover Story
  • Mean Streets

    Never mind the search for shelter. Increasingly, Salt Lake City’s homeless must struggle for their lives.
  • Feel the Warmth

    On its face, Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson’s upcoming July 10 “Sundance Summit: A Mayor’s Gathering on Climate Protection,” is the perfect opportunity for a bit of conservative ribbing. nnRemember the roaming camera of Rush...
  • Pioneer Narc

    A few Saturdays ago, I went to the Downtown Alliance’s Farmers’ Market in Pioneer Park. That wonderful activity, combined with the Utah Arts Festival and other summer events, make me feel like I live in a real, almost cosmopolitan, city. About...
  • Film & TV
  • Behind the Mask

    The metaphors aren’t subtle, but cultural and romantic complications are sweet in Saving Face.

Eat & Drink

  • Wine
  • Bible Study

    This past Christmas, I was given a bible as a holiday gift. No, not that Bible'the volume I received was Karen MacNeil’s wonderful The Wine Bible ($19.95). The book had risen to the top of my Christmas wish list after I’d learned of it from...

Music

  • CD Revue

    Muggs, White Stripes, Get Him Eat Him, Mon Frere, Tsar
  • Music Picks

    Tom Freund, Chevron, Wet Confetti, Lucero, Lateef, Aquabats ...

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