Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Jul 13, 2000
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  • Jul 13-19, 2000
  • Vol. 17, No. 9


  • Rocky, the Big Tipper

    City Weekly’s old pal Rocky Anderson called the other day to wish us a happy Fourth of July, complete with fireworks. Wasn’t that special? The mayor likes to keep track of old friends around holiday time. He also mentioned that he wasn’t...
  • When the Music Stops

    Justice is a funny thing. The American form of criminal justice sometimes looks more like musical chairs than anything else. When the music stops, if you don’t have a safe place to sit you’re probably in for a hard fall. So it is that any...
  • Film & TV
  • Escape to Video

    If the typical summertime movie mayhem is driving you mad, make a beeline to the video store instead.


  • Can’t Stop the Pop

    Even separated by hundreds of miles, Sea of Jones manages to release their new CD, Little Kings.

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