Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Apr 12, 2001
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  • Apr 12-18, 2001
  • Vol. 17, No. 48


  • Return of Spiderman

    Was he ever gone? No, not Spiderman—Brent Overson, the man otherwise known as the Count Richelieu of Salt Lake County government. Like Spiderman, the comic book character, Overson seems superhuman. It’s as though the guy has an exoskeleton...
  • The Last Picture Show

    The Redwood Drive-In survives as part of a dying American tradition
  • Best of Cancun

    They tell me things were pretty exciting around here last week. I would have known firsthand about all the notoriety that our “Best of Utah” cover and photos generated, but alas, I was sucking down one more of my favorite new drink, a chelada,...
  • Film & TV
  • Lost the Buzz

    Johnny Depp and director Ted Demme blow the chance for a compelling story.
  • Film & TV
  • Brit Wit

    Renee Zellweger may be Texan, but Brit-based comedy Bridget Jones’s Diary is still hilarious.


  • Truckstop Love

    The Bastard Sons of Johnny Cash fight to keep real country music alive.

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