Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Jan 11, 2001
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  • Jan 11-17, 2001
  • Vol. 17, No. 35

News

  • Holy Rulings

    For all you smokers, nudists, heavy-metal freaks and skateboarders out there, we’ve got some bad news. You can’t do that stuff on the “Little Bit O’ Paris” park between the LDS Temple and the Joseph Smith Memorial Office...
  • Three’s Company

    Polygamous wives speak out in a groundbreaking new book about Utah’s dirty little secret.
  • Drinks Are on Me, Mayor Godfrey

    Things must be even slower than normal up in Ogden—slow enough that the city’s young mayor, Matthew Godfrey, seems to have so little to do that he has become somewhat of an expert on blunting the efforts and opinions of Salt Lake City Mayor...
  • Film & TV
  • Last Days

    The Cuban Missile Crisis gets an impassioned yet accurate treatment in Thirteen Days.

Music

  • Sunfall Windfall

    Provo’s Sunfall Festival scores a record deal on the Internet through Garageband.com.

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