Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Mar 8, 2001
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  • Mar 8-14, 2001
  • Vol. 17, No. 43


  • Falling Skies

    News Flash from SEATTLE! This just in: The recent quake that rocked the Emerald City has apparently damaged a large number of cappuccino machines, rendering many yuppies helpless in caffeine withdrawal. FEMA, the Federal Emergency Management Administration,...
  • Crisis of Confidentiality

    Janice Earl is battling the LDS church, alleging officials tried to cover up a sexual assault on her daughter, Lynette.
  • Planetarium Football

    About a decade ago, then-Mayor Deedee Corradini called a Monday morning press conference that surprised—to say the least—members of Salt Lake City’s news media, right along with everyone else, including community planners and Olympic...
  • Film & TV
  • For the Children

    Kids First! Film Festival focuses on teaching kids to find positive examples in the media.


  • Keep on Reaching

    Aden may never be stars, but that isn’t stopping them.

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