Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Aug 24, 2000
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  • Aug 24-30, 2000
  • Vol. 17, No. 15


  • Democracy for the Highest Bidder

    Ralph Nader says politics in America is all messed up. Go on, argue with that.The only people who won’t admit that Nader has a point are Republican and Democratic party loyalists and their big-money backers. Soon, the airwaves will be jammed with...
  • Another Load of Manure

    Well, here at Smartbomb we ragged on the Republicans for being completely boring and white bread, despite the choreography that displayed every Republican of color in the entire country during the recent Philadelphia confab. So now we must give the Democrats...
  • Curtain Calls

    A look ahead at the 2000-2001 theater season.
  • The Kilby Kind

    Meet City Weekly’s Local Friend of the Arts, Phil Sherburne.
  • Hey DJ!

    Loudly heralded but long in coming, dance culture may one day replace the rock band.
  • Salt Lake Top 50

    AFTER EDEN Stark (After Eden) After Eden leans toward the eerie ’n’ gothic while dangling an appendage or three in the great grunge lake of ’92. Singer Eddie Wayne Howell’s howling, expressive growl keeps everything from degenerating...
  • Picture Perfect

    One-dimensional art hangs on the wall. Three-dimensional art is called dancing.
  • Film & TV
  • Kings of Zing

    The Original Kings of Comedy throws together four of comedy’s best — hilarity ensues.

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