Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Nov 16, 2000
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  • Nov 16-22, 2000
  • Vol. 17, No. 27


  • Dubya’s Da Dude

    Making history can be a whole lot of fun, can’t it? And this presidential election has been awfully darned exciting, even if you voted for Ralph “Smiley” Nader. Thanks in part to Smiley, the election of the president is totally screwed...
  • Winterize ’00

    Snurfing USAWinter Calendar of EventsNOVEMBER:11, 18 Deseret News Ski School, sessions 1 and 2 at Alta16-19 Chevy Truck America’s Opening World Cup at Park City Mountain Resort18 Singles Cocktail Party at The Canyons Resort, 7 p.m.-midnight19...
  • Back On Top

    When you’re good, you’re good—or, as Dizzy Dean used to say, “If you can do it, it ain’t braggin’.” Salt Lake City has done it again. We’re the most “livable” city in the West, according to Money...
  • Film & TV
  • Gone to Hell

    Adam Sandler’s comic prowess takes a nosedive in Little Nicky.
  • Film & TV
  • Honor Role

    Cuba Gooding Jr. shines as the real-life Navy hero Carl Bashear in Men of Honor.


  • Hardcore Troubadour

    Everlast survived a heart attack and the near-demise of his career to become hip-hop’s favorite folksinger.

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