Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Dec 7, 2000
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  • Dec 7-13, 2000
  • Vol. 17, No. 30


  • Hail Dick

    “Our long national nightmare is over. Indecision 2000 is behind us, and we finally appear to have a new president-elect: Dick Cheney!” That’s the word from columnist Joan Walsh. She notes that Cheney has been the one bounding...
  • An Orphan Disease -- Jamie’s Story

    Jamie Gibson wondered, as a child, when the pain would stop. She cried every day as her skin would break and heal and break and heal again. She watched the blisters fester over her entire body and felt them inside her throat, as the scabs continuously...
  • The Truth -- Yeah, Right

    Prior to last week’s announcement that The Salt Lake Tribune was to be sold to MediaNews Group, all seemed well in the land of mediocre daily newspapers. Enter William Dean Singleton, and with him conspiracy theories not seen since Roswell. According...
  • Film & TV
  • Brain Movies

    Need a break from bad celluloid? Need a gift? Read a movie book.
  • Film & TV
  • Fractured

    Unbreakable tests moviegoers’ limits with its unbelievable pretense and unimaginative plot.


  • Rocket Pop

    Magstatic sounds off on touring, the scene, their trusty van and Wristrockets and Rollercoasters.

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