Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Jun 28, 2001
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  • Jun 28 - Jul 4, 2001
  • Vol. 18, No. 7


  • Madonna, Sex and Prozac

    Prozac is a big hit in Utah, according to a national study that indicates the prescription anti-depressant may be more popular here than green Jell-O. The study, as reported in The Wall Street Journal recently, reveals that many Utahns look toward ice...
  • Keeping the Faith

    With new leadership and a softening of its mission statement, can Sunstone remain an open forum for Mormons who question their faith?
  • Sweetheart Deals

    Sometimes you don’t want to get what you wish for. That line originated in either a fairy tale, a fortune cookie or a country-western song. I forget where it came from, but it’s true as can be. For example, we left-wing, liberal, pinko fags...
  • Film & TV
  • Murphy’s Blah

    Dr. Dolittle 2 blatantly does little beyond telling fart jokes for a paycheck.
  • Film & TV
  • Boyz to Men

    John Singleton gets mature in Baby Boy, a world of arrested adolescence.


  • Double Trouble

    Everclear’s Art Alexakiis opens up his life twice with Songs From an American Movie -- sort of.

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