Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Nov 30, 2000
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  • Vol. 17, No. 29

News

  • Spinning Rolly & Wells

    Not long after the Nov. 7 election both Republicans and Democrats began spinning results in an effort to sway public opinion and bring pressure on the opposing camp to concede in what has become the Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test of presidential elections....
  • Secret Shame

    Women who gave up children for adoption reach out to offer birth mothers support.
  • Aborted History

    Maybe it’s just the time of year, or perhaps it’s the History Channel’s documentary series The Men Who Assassinated the President, but the ballot battle in Florida is somehow strangely reminiscent of the Kennedy assassination. Despite...

Music

  • The Art of Punk

    Frat guys, tattoos and grits -- just a few days in the life of AFI, proud mainstream pop-punkers.

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