Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Oct 12, 2000
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  • Oct 12-18, 2000
  • Vol. 17, No. 22


  • No Bunny Cares

    Not gays holding hands, not environmentalists passing out literature, not even someone dressed up in a giant bunny suit could spoil the opening of the LDS church’s brand-new Main Street plaza—which we hear will soon be officially named “The...
  • Dr. Divorce

    Valerie Hale’s personal and professional crusade for doing divorce right.
  • Dear Mormons:

    Like many of you, I’ve had the opportunity to be born and raised in Utah. Also like many of you, I’ve had occasion to rub elbows with my kin at family reunions, most recently this summer in Vernal with the descendants of Matthew Caldwell—Mormon...
  • Film & TV
  • World View

    Two upcoming film festivals showcase the human psyche via stellar international cinema.
  • Film & TV
  • Dog Eat Dog

    The competition is barking farce in Christopher Guest’s Best of Show


  • Broadsided

    Smithsonian Folkways releases another box set, and flag-flying Charlie Brown, formerly of SLC, is on it.

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