Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Feb 8, 2001
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  • Feb 8-14, 2001
  • Vol. 17, No. 39


  • Murphy’s Toast, Jell-O on Top

    KTVX Channel 4, in a move that can only be described as cosmetic or bottom-line, has sacked veteran newsman Paul Murphy. After 11 years on the job at KTVX, Murphy got a pink slip because new station managers apparently “didn’t like the package.”...
  • Virgin Gunslingers

    Want to live in this Southern Utah town? You’d better get a gun. It’s the law.
  • Conflicts? What Conflicts?

    Utah is a phenomenal place. We have beautiful deserts, picturesque mountains and, January notwithstanding, a nice climate. We have another natural wonder that’s unique because of its non-existence: We don’t have conflicts of interest here....
  • Film & TV
  • Writing on the Wall

    Quills stars the brilliant Geoffrey Rush as the mad Marquis de Sade who refused to silenced.


  • Almost Famous

    Chris Keup, Phil Roy and other near-stars at the Sundance Cafe.

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