Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Mar 15, 2001
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  • Mar 15-21, 2001
  • Vol. 17, No. 44


  • A Victory for All

    Thelma and Louise knew they were driving off a cliff. It’s a luxury most of us don’t have. But we’re dying to know where exactly that waterfall is—and we know it’s out there—so we don’t end up like those poor...
  • The Price of Pain

    Without Insurance, Health Care and Medication Are Practically Out of Reach.
  • On the Road Again?

    When we located downtown 10 years ago, we moved our three employees into a pigeon roost. At our nearest corner in the Shubrick Building, Port O’ Call was only pouring two beers. Port O’ Call has since grown to such proportions that it is regularly...
  • Film & TV
  • Brick House

    The House of Mirth is a lovely period piece, but doesn’t evoke the emotion it could.


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