Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Nov 2, 2000
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  • Vol. 17, No. 25

News

  • Decriminalizing Booze and Bee Stings

    Republican congressional candidate Derek Smith and his spokeswoman, Laurie Maddox, say they don’t have a problem with ethics. Hey, no foolin’? Recently, Maddox wrote a flattering piece on Smith in the south valley Voice newspaper under the...
  • Vote LDS

    Republicans declare good Mormons can’t vote Democrat. LDS leaders say otherwise, but will their flock take heed?
  • Punch the Donkey

    Several years ago I took my son with me to our voting district in Sandy. Mercifully, we’ve moved since then, and what follows is just one reason why. Pete was only 4 or 5 at the time, but he was curious about voting and I figured a civics lesson...
  • Film & TV
  • Dumb Luck

    John Travolta shines while Lisa Kudrow annoys in the dark Lotto comedy, Lucky Numbers.

Music

  • Jurassic Rock

    J Mascis might have left Dinosaur Jr. behind, but the alt-rock guitar hero is still singing the same tune.

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