Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Sep 14, 2000
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  • Sep 14-20, 2000
  • Vol. 17, No. 18


  • Touchy, Touchy

    Some people are very touchy about being criticized. That’s understandable, of course, no body likes to get the brown helmet. But when powerful people whine about getting a little jab here or there, it can be pretty pathetic. People like Sen. Orrin...
  • Hysterics and Cheap Theatrics

    What’s worse than a boring election in which the candidates can’t separate themselves on the issues and the voting public just doesn’t seem to care? Faced with that proposition, Nancy Workman and Karen Crompton set out recently to scare...
  • Film & TV
  • The Fame Game

    Almost Famous looks inside the life and times of rock stars and the people who love them.


  • Rocky Roll

    In Utah, music and wilderness go hand-in-hand, and now you can see both in Moab.

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